Defense Attorney for Family Violence Charges
Charged with domestic violence or had an order of protection filed against you in Dallas, Texas? Whether you are facing allegations of domestic violence, family violence, assault-family violence, or are facing a protective order due to allegations of violence or abuse, you should retain an experienced defense lawyer.
Call our experienced Dallas family violence defense attorney at 214-Release (214.960.1458) for help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The family violence defense attorney at 214 Release: Hindieh Law represents clients that have received an order of protection order or family violence charge in Dallas, Collin, Rockwall, Denton, or Tarrant County and throughout the entire state of Texas.
Dismissed Family Violence Charges
Unfortunately, some people falsely accuse their spouse of domestic violence, using family violence allegations to gain leverage in a divorce or child custody battle. In Texas, family violence accusations are serious, and a finding of guilt can land you in jail, have your right to bear arms revoked, and give you a permanent criminal record.
It’s important to remember that just because you or someone you know is accused of domestic violence doesn’t mean that he or she is automatically guilty. In fact, some 700,000 people are wrongfully arrested for domestic violence each year (source).
|TEXAS FAMILY VIOLENCE CASE RESULTS|
|Client Initials||Case Type||Result/Verdict||Jurisdiction|
|J. W.||Violation of a Protective Order||Dismissed||Collin County|
|M.H.||Assault Family Violence-Choking||Dismissed||Dallas County|
|V. B.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed Day of Court||City of Dallas Municipal Court|
|N. C.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed||Dallas County|
|M. H.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed||Dallas County|
|S. B.||Assault Family Violence-Choking||Grand Jury No Bill||Dallas County|
|A. J.||Expunction-Assault Family Violence||Granted||Dallas County|
|D. J.||Assault Family Violence||Case Rejected by DA’s Office||Dallas County|
|J. N.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed day of Trial||City if Dallas Municipal Court|
|J. R.||Assault Familiy Violence Reduced to Class C Disorderly Conduct||Deferred Adjudication and Dismissed||Dallas County|
|J. S.||Assauly Family Violence||Dismissed||Dallas County|
|M. S.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed||Dallas County|
|J. T.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed||Denton County|
|C. W.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed||Rockwall County|
|O. W.||Assault Family Violence||Dismissed||Grand Prairie Municipal Court|
|S. W.||Assault Familiy Violence Reduced to Class C||Non-Reporting Probation||Collin County|
Texas Family Violence Laws
Under Texas Family Law code Sec. 71.004, family violence is defined as:
“(1) An act by a member of a family or household against another member of the family or household that is intended to result in physical harm, bodily injury, assault or sexual assault or that is a threat the reasonably places the member in fear of imminent physical harm, bodily injury, assault or sexual assault, but does not included defensive measures to protect oneself;
(2) Abuse by a member of a family or household toward a child of the family or household; or
(3) Dating violence.”
Thousands Wrongly Accused of Domestic Violence
Every year thousands of serious domestic violence cases go unreported. In contrast, thousands of innocent men and women are wrongly accused of family assault and domestic violence. Family violence charges are serious, carrying heavy punishments and prison sentences if convicted in Texas.
Texas Punishment for Misdemeanor & Felony Family Violence
The charges for assault family violence could range from a misdemeanor to a felony, depending on the specifics of the case. The punishment ranges for assault family violence in Texas are as follows.
|Texas Family Violence Crimes & Punishment|
|Crime Class||Jail or Prison Term||Fines|
|Misdemeanor – Class C||NA||Up to $500|
|Misdemeanor – Class A||Up to 1 Year in State Jail||Up to $4,000|
|Felony – 3rd Degree||2 to 10 Years in Prison||Up to $10,000|
|Felony – 2nd Degree||2 to 20 Years in Prison||Up to $10,000|
|Felony – 1st Degree||5 to 99 Years in Prison||Up to $10,000|
But that’s not all. A conviction of assault family violence could hurt you in a number of other ways, from losing custody of your children, to no longer being allowed to possess a firearm that will be restricting of your civil liberties, to simply ruining your reputation with friends, family, employers, and the community. If you have been wrongfully accused, you need the best domestic violence lawyer on your side with a proven track record of successful outcomes. You need to call Hindieh Law today.
Contact an Experienced Domestic Violence Attorney
Backed by years of experience, the family violence defense attorney at 214 Release: Hindieh Law, PLLC can help protect your rights if you’ve been accused of domestic violence or family violence.
Ray Hindieh has years of experience aggressively defending clients charged with domestic assault, family violence, and family violence in Dallas. Let us help you clear your name, reputation, and secure your freedom.
Call 214-Release (214.960.1458) to reach Hindieh Law, PLLC, and claim your free initial consultation with our experienced Dallas family violence defense attorney.
Located in Dallas, Texas, Hindieh Law, PLLC attorney defend individuals charged with family violence throughout North Texas, including Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Garland, Grand Prairie, Mansfield, Mesquite, Irving, Oak Cliff, University Park, Highland Park, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, Flower Mound, Southlake, Keller, Grapevine and Lewisville.
Experienced Dallas Defense Attorney for Family Violence Charges
We aggressively defend family violence assault charges, dating violence, and other allegations of family violence in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area and throughout Texas. We are prepared to aggressively defend you against all types of family violence charges, including:
- Family violence assault
- Domestic violence
- Spousal abuse
- Child abuse
- Felony family violence
- Protective orders
- Misdemeanor domestic violence
If you have been charged with family violence assault, or felony aggravated assault, or other family violence charges, or if a protective order is being sought against you, it is important to seek counsel from an experienced Dallas criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.