Dallas Domestic Battery Defense Lawyers
Experienced Attorneys Serving Clients in Fort Worth, Allen, Denton, Waco & Austin
Domestic violence offenses are aggressively prosecuted in Texas in an effort to protect victims and their children from harm. In order for a violent act to be viewed as domestic violence, it must involve spouses, ex-spouses, those related by blood, those who have a child in common, household members, or dating partners. If charged with a domestic violence crime, you face the possibility of serious penalties. Even a first offense will often result in jail time and other court-ordered actions which can adversely impact your life. In such a situation, you need a proven trial lawyer in your local area who has the requisite experience and skills to fully defend you.
Why clients choose Attorney Deandra M. Grant:
- Proven track record of success
- Award-winning representation
- 10.0 Superb rating on Avvo
- Nationally recognized legal counsel
If you're facing a domestic battery charge, Deandra Grant Law provides outstanding legal representation. Attorney Grant is a Texas Super Lawyer with nearly 30 years of criminal defense practice. Her proven legal ability has resulted in the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell® , the national lawyers' peer review organization as well as a rating of 10 Superb by Avvo. She and her committed legal team know how to build effective and compelling legal defenses that can make a difference in the outcome of your case.
To begin discussing your legal options with one of our Dallas domestic battery attorneys, call (214) 225-7117 today. We also represent clients in Collin County and throughout north Texas.
Penalties for Domestic Battery
Under Texas law, domestic battery consists of an assault which intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily harm to the victim. Aggravated assault occurs when serious bodily harm is caused intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly or when the alleged offender uses or threatens to use a deadly weapon while in commission of the crime. In the case of simple domestic assault, it is charged as a Class A misdemeanor on a first offense. Second and subsequent offenses are charged as third-degree felonies, while aggravated domestic assault is charged as a second-degree felony or first degree felony, if a deadly weapon is used and serious bodily injury is caused to the victim.
Domestic battery penalties include:
- If charged as a misdemeanor: Up to 1 year in jail and fines up to $4,000
- If charged as a third-degree felony: Up to 10 years in prison and fines of up to $10,000
Aggravated domestic assault penalties can include:
- If charged as a second-degree felony: Up to 20 years in prison and fines up to $10,000
- If charged as a first-degree felony: Up to 99 years in prison and fines up to $10,000
Obtain Skilled Legal Representation
Any domestic violence accusation demands an aggressive and thorough legal response. Our firm has over 25 years of proven results in defending these types of cases. There are very few things more frightening than being arrested for a crime, and we understand how isolating the criminal justice system can be – should you choose to hire our legal services, you can trust that you won’t go through the process alone.
Protect your reputation, your freedom, and your future – contact our firm today for skilled legal advice and guidance. Our Dallas domestic battery lawyers are here to help.
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