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Dallas Family Violence Defense Attorneys

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Family violence, otherwise known as domestic violence, carries both misdemeanor and felony charges in Texas. If you are facing these charges, it is vital that you have a strong advocate on your side defending your rights and pursuing what is in your best interests in the courts. At Deandra Grant Law, you can turn to a legal team known for its high level of competence, ability, dedication, and ethical standards. Our firm includes trial-tested attorneys who understand the law, what is at stake, and how to build and present a compelling case in court. We have a reputation for big results in using our wealth of experience and legal skills for clients throughout Collin County, Fort Worth, Allen, Denton, and Austin.

Reach out to a Dallas family violence defense lawyer at (214) 225-7117 or by contacting us online to arrange for a consultation about your case today.

What Is Family Violence in Texas?

Family violence is broken down into three separate categories in Texas: domestic assault, aggravated domestic assault, and continuous violence in a domestic situation.

You can be charged with a domestic violence charge when the alleged victim is a(n):

  • Spouse
  • Ex-spouse
  • Child
  • Foster child
  • Foster parent
  • Other parent of your child in an unmarried relationship
  • Family member related by blood, marriage, or adoption
  • Person with whom you live or date or have previously dated

Consequences of a Conviction

These charges are based on a threat of imminent bodily harm, actually causing bodily harm, or creating some type of offensive or provocative physical contact against the other person. It is imperative that you have help from an experienced team of criminal defense lawyers if you are to protect your future.

A first offense is generally charged as a Class A misdemeanor. A subsequent offense is charged as third-degree felony. Penalties for the former include up to a year in jail and/or a fine of up to $4,000. Third-degree felony charges carry penalties of 2 to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. Offenses involving deadly weapons generally carry heavier penalties.

Make sure you have the representation you need to preserve your future. Contact Deandra Grant Law for an aggressive defense by calling (214) 225-7117 today.

Real Results

Our Clients Victories
  • Case Dismissed

    Assault Causing Bodily Injury of a Family Member

  • Case Dismissed

    Arrested for DWI

  • Thrown Breath Score Out

    .17 Breath Test

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