Is there anything worse on your public record than being labeled as a violent offender? Domestic violence and assault create a stigma that is nearly impossible to overcome as long as the charges remain on your record.
If you are facing charges for felony manslaughter, assault, battery or domestic violence in Texas, you will be facing serious penalties and a reputation as a violent offender that can last a lifetime. Even a misdemeanor charge for a violent offense can mean up to a year in jail and a heavy fine.
Call Vela & Del Fierro, P.C., in San Antonio. Our attorneys have years of experience fighting to help our clients get the best possible outcome in violent offenses, including:
- Murder offenses
- Aggravated assault
- Aggravated sexual assault
- Lesser degrees of felony and misdemeanor assault
- Assault bodily injury
- Aggravated robbery
- Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
Domestic Violence Charges, Assault Causing Bodily Injury
When the police are called to the scene of a domestic disturbance, they often make an arrest. After the arrest, the district attorney’s office will frequently charge assault causing bodily injury, even if the other party does not wish to pursue charges.
A domestic violence charge often includes losing access to your home and children. If you are facing accusations, you need aggressive defense representation.
It is not uncommon in custody disputes for one parent to falsely accuse the other of child abuse or domestic assault. Our lawyers investigate the charges to determine whether there is a motive behind the accusations. If you have a restraining order or an order of protection wrongfully placed against you, we will work aggressively to have it removed.