Allegations of domestic violence are treated seriously in Texas. Law enforcement are trained to make an arrest merely on the allegation of one person even when there is minimal physical evidence that supports the allegation. If you or a loved one has been charged with domestic violence contact our office at (512) 734-1394 or (210) 587-5170 immediately for a free consultation.
WHAT IS FAMILY OR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:
family and domestic violence refers to assault charges including:
SEVERITY OF FAMILY VIOLENCE CHARGES:
The level of severity of the charge depends on several factors, including:
It is vitally important that you consult with an experienced domestic violence defense attorney as soon as
possible. Contact our office to day to speak with an experienced domestic violence defense attorney and develop the strategy for you
COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES YOU MAY FACE
Any conviction of family violence, even only a misdemeanor will result in the loss of your Second Amendment right to carry a firearm. This could affect your career and result in the loss of your job. Additionally, a conviction of family violence cannot be sealed or expunged from your record.