If You Have Been Charged With Domestic Assault
Assault causing bodily injury is a common class A misdemeanor charge against someone arrested for a domestic disturbance. In order to be convicted on the charge, the prosecutor must demonstrate criminal intent or reckless behavior causing bodily injury to another person, which can include a spouse or a partner in a domestic relationship.
Former Prosecutor, Now Part Of Team Of Criminal Defense Lawyers
If you are facing charges of assault causing bodily injury or any other offense related to domestic violence in Bexar County or anywhere in Texas, call Vela & Del Fierro, PLLC, Attorneys at Law in San Antonio. We are a team of experienced assault bodily injury attorneys with years of experience aggressively protecting the rights of people charged with assault and violent crimes throughout the state.
Attorney Daniel Vela is a former assistant district attorney. He understands how prosecutors build their domestic assault cases and prepare an effective, aggressive defense by staying one step ahead of their strategies.
Other Violent Offenses
Assault causing bodily injury is not restricted to domestic violence cases. Additional charges may include:
- Robbery and aggravated assault
- Misdemeanor assault
- Sexual assault
- Resisting arrest
- Assault on a police officer
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