Domestive Violence Charge in Texas

Domestive Violence Charge in Texas

A domestic violence or assault allegation can tarnish an individual’s reputation in the community.

In Texas, domestic violence assault causing minor injury is a class A misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in county jail and a $4,000 fine. It is crucial to get an attorney in the early stages of these kinds of cases in order to obtain the best results. Even if the alleged victim does not want to press charges, the district attorney’s office can still proceed with the case as they see fit.

Being convicted of a crime that has a family violence finding such as a domestic violence assault charge in Texas, can have dire consequences for the accused.

In Texas, a family violence finding is not eligible for non-disclosure and will stay on your record forever. Additionally a family violence finding will make it impossible to obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun license. 

Get an attorney you trust that understands these issues. Call our office for a free consultation.

At Calderon Legal Group, we believe the best defense to an assault case is an aggressive one. We use a team of investigators to obtain statements from any witnesses involved and anyone with knowledge on the matter. 

Our lawyers will also represent you in civil litigation cases such as divorce.