Justin Hall is a capable and experienced Attorney / Lawyer that will defend your assault or family violence offense. Our law firm serves Garland, Dallas, Rowlett, Rockwall, and the surrounding Texas cities.
Accused of Assault or Family Violence? Charges of criminal assault usually involve persons who know one another. In fact, most criminal assault cases involve family members (spouses, parents, cousins, brothers, sisters, and children) or they involve couples involved in a relationship (dating, living together, married). With conflict amongst persons involved in close relationships, emotions run high, tempers flare, things are said and done and the police are contacted by either one or by both parties.
Unfortunately, most people do not understand that a telephone call to 911 will set a series of events in motion that are quickly outside of the control of the people engaged in the dispute. Because most people charged with domestic assault have seldom or never had a previous criminal charge, they don’t understand what will happen after a call is made to the police.
When criminal charges are filed, a private family matter, which might have been resolved in counseling, becomes a public spectacle.
Do not allow the Government to continue to maintain control. Obtain the counsel of an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately. If you are charged with any type of assault, you need an aggressive criminal lawyer to defend you against the assault charges and to negotiate with the prosecution on your behalf. Criminal defense attorney Justin Hall will conduct a full investigation of the alleged assault and will help you understand all your options.
Criminal lawyer Justin Hall represents clients facing a variety of assault charges at both the felony and misdemeanor levels. Throughout the Dallas Metroplex, clients come to the Law Office of Justin K. Hall when they have been arrested and accused of committing a variety of assault charges; including the following:
- Assault & Aggravated Assault
- Domestic Violence
- Assault With a Deadly Weapon
- Threats of a Deadly Weapon
- Abandoning or Endangering Child
- Deadly Conduct
- Injury to a Child, Elderly Individual, or Disabled Individual
- Leaving a Child in a Vehicle
- Robbery & Aggravated Robbery
- Consequences of Family Violence
Allegations of domestic assault and family violence can be severe. Not only do they jeopardize your parental rights, but they also carry with them the possibility of jail time and a heavy fine.
In addition, there can be severe collateral consequences from an assault case with a finding of family violence. You could potentially be barred from owning a firearm. Further, many of these cases result in protective orders that can keep you from being with your family members.
Because the consequences of a domestic violence conviction can be far-reaching, it is important that you obtain prompt, aggressive legal help for an assault charge. Whenever possible, don’t plead guilty to an assault charge; instead, contact the Law Office of Justin K. Hall, for a free initial phone consultation.