Assault Family Violence

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Assault Family Violence

A charge for Assault Family Violence is a very serious accusation. A simple assault accusation becomes family violence if an assault is alleged to have been committed against a family member, a household member or simply a person whom you are dating.

To be convicted for Assault Family Violence, the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt each and every element of the charge against you. In other words, the state must prove that the defendant, on or about a particular date, intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly caused bodily harm to another person without that person’s consent in a particular county of the state of Texas.


It is important to remember that any criminal conviction, even if it is just a misdemeanor, becomes part of a person’s permanent record. If you are being accused of this crime, please don’t hesitate to contact us! It is important that you have someone on your side that will be fighting for your rights! Call us for a free consultation!

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