Defense for Domestic Violence Charges in Collin County
Put 20+ Years of Experience on Your Side
Texas assault and domestic violence laws carry severe penalties for a criminal
conviction of this offense; therefore, if you are facing these charges,
then you need skilled legal representation on your side to help you build
criminal defense. As a Collin County domestic violence attorney, Deandra M. Grant knows
the legal system thoroughly and can use that knowledge to build a strong
defense and protect your legal rights.
Why people choose Deandra M. Grant:
- Award-winning representation
- Former DWI prosecutor
- Named as a Best Lawyer in Dallas by D Magazine
- AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
Attorney Grant has
more than 20 years of legal experience and is a seasoned domestic violence lawyer. She is a proven attorney at
trial and has been included in the list of
Request a free consultation with our Collin County lawyer when you are ready.
We’re ready to begin building your defense. Call (972) 943-8500
to learn how we can help today.
Family Violence in Texas
Our state classifies domestic violence as “family violence cases,
which means the violence can occur between different members of the family,
not only just spouses. People involved in this violent action must be
any of the following in order for the charge to be domestic violence:
- Current or former spouses
- Dating couples
- Roommates or housemates
- Couples who share a child in common
The various actions that could be considered domestic violence include
the following, among many others:
- Causing fear of imminent bodily injury
- Sexual abuse or exploitation
- Emotional abuse
- Neglect, such as depriving spouses, children, or other family members food,
a safe shelter, or proper clothing
- Economic abuse, such as taking control of a family member’s bank
accounts or investments
- Causing bodily injury to another: hitting, slapping, choking kicking, or
using a weapon as a form of physical abuse
- Causing physical contact that could be considered as offensive or provocative
Unlike Texas assault laws, a police officer does not have to witness the
domestic violence in order to make an immediate arrest. This means that
you could be arrested and charged with the crime of domestic violence
based on the word of an angry spouse or out of an act of retaliation.
There are many cases in which fraudulent activity results in criminal
charges for an innocent person. Attorney Deandra M. Grant understands
the embarrassment, fear, and anxiety that you may be experiencing, and
you can look to our firm for the legal assistance that you need in your case.
Attorney Grant has many years of experience in defending the rights of
criminally accused, and throughout her years of practice she has gained
prestigious awards and recognition for her excellent practice. She has
AV Preeminent® rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, which is the highest rating that an attorney can achieve.
If you are facing criminal charges of domestic violence, then
waste no time in contacting our Collin County firm for the aggressive representation that you need in your case.