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Attorney Alfonso Cabañas wins Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child Trial

Posted by Alfonso Cabañas | Nov 17, 2022 | 0 Comments

“We get hired to win the most difficult cases and we win those cases,” Alfonso Cabañas stated about this week's wins. Very few lawyers will take difficult cases, such as continuous sexual abuse of a child cases. The minimum sentence for this particular offense is 25 years in prison, and clients could face life in prison without parole. However, Cabañas isn't afraid to defend his client's innocence.

For example, this week, Cabañas defended his client who was accused of continuous sexual abuse of a young child, and he won.  “I took the case because everyone is presumed innocent regardless of the allegation,” Cabañas stated.

Cabañas' client was confident that he hired the right attorney, and he did not settle. This particular case had a mistrial on September 19, 2022, and then a dismissal for the win on November 17, 2022.

“In cases like this, where the allegations were extremely serious, the client hired me because of my success rate in winning these cases,” Cabañas stated.

Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Young Child, under the Texas Statutes Penal Code Sec. 21.02, a person commits an offense if:

(1) during a period that is 30 or more days in duration,

  • the person commits two or more acts of sexual abuse,
  • regardless of whether the acts of sexual abuse are committed against one or more victims; and

(2) at the time of the commission of each of the acts of sexual abuse,

  • the actor is 17 years of age or older and
  • the victim is a child younger than 14 years of age.

Learn more about San Antonio Criminal Defense Attorney, Alfonso Cabañas, at

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Alfonso Cabañas

Attorney Alfonso Cabanas Alfonso Cabañas, the founding criminal defense lawyer of Cabañas Law Firm, practices criminal defense in the United States and business law in both the U.S. and Mexico. His trial experience includes a variety of federal white-collar, drug, and state criminal defense case...


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