A person convicted of assault against a family member will be punished harshly by a judge and the criminal court system. Penalties include heavy fines, many hours of community service, probation, anger management classes, jail or prison time, prohibited contact with family members (including one’s own children), and being barred from owning or possessing a firearm. If arrested and charged with Assault Family Violence, a person must be represented by an experienced and proven criminal defense attorney, read more at https://gaonlinedivorce.com.
1st Assault Family Violence Offense (Class A Misdemeanor)
2nd Assault Family Violence Offense (3rd Degree Felony)
Most Criminal District Attorney’s Offices throughout Texas refuse to dismiss an Assault Family Violence case even if the assault victim wishes to drop the charges. Jones & Hull, P.C. has extensive experience in handling Assault Family Violence cases. We can and will protect you, your family, and your future.