Why do you need a trial lawyer for your assault case? A person commits an assault in Texas when he intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causes bodily injury to another person. Assaults range from second degree felonies to class c misdemeanors. If you or a loved one has been charged with assault, it is very important that you hire a lawyer is not afraid to take an assault case to trial.
Assaults are frequently “he said” “she said” encounters. The police rush to the scene, listen to who they want to listen to, make a rush to judgement, arrest and charge one of the parties. The case is then presented to the prosecutor who accepts everything that the police tells them as the holy truth, and the prosecutor tries to bully you into a plea agreement.
As Texas Assault Lawyer, I don’t buy into that non-sense. I will listen to you when you tell me you acted in self-defense, defense or property, or defense of another. I interview inspect all of the evidence provided by the police, I discover new evidence, I interview witnesses, I extensively research the background of the “victim,” I get affidavits of non-prosecution, and I use all of these tools to seek a dismissal. Don’t forget, that in certain cases we may be able to get you a dismissal with a ‘batterers intervention’ or ‘anger management’ course. If we don’t get the dismissal or the deal you want, have no fear, because I am ready, willing, and able to take your case to trial. If you or a loved one has been arrested for assault, contact me as soon as possible for a free consultation.