Texas Battery Defense Attorney
Arrested? Don’t Hesitate to Put Us on Your Side
While many states separate and treat assault and battery as two different
crimes, Texas uses the same elements to prove battery as they would to
prove assault. Battery occurs when an individual intentionally causes
bodily harm, threatens the victim, or knowingly makes physical contact
with the victim in a violent manner. Being arrested for serious criminal
matters, such as battery, requires the solid defense offered at The Law
Offices of Alex R. Hernandez, Jr. PLLC.
Our firm is backed by the experience and skill necessary to help clients
navigate their way through the complex justice system. Attorney Hernandez
maintains a Superb 10.0 Rating on Avvo and is a member of the Million
Dollar Advocates Forum – an honor that reaches only less than 1%
of practicing legal professionals nationwide.
We’re ready to hear from you! To begin discussing your case, call our firm
today at (888) 907-8994.
The Reality of a Battery Charge
Texas’ assault and battery laws consider such offenses to range from
a Class C misdemeanor to a second-degree felony. As a misdemeanor, you
may be facing a monetary fine of up to $500 and as a felony, you may be
facing up to 20 years in prison and fines of up to $10,000. At our firm,
we make it our duty to stand by your side and build the best possible
case on your behalf to fight the charges you face.
There are a number of factors considered in battery offenses, including:
- Your relationship to the victim
- Past convictions
- Why type of violent behavior was involved
Call Our Texas Defense Lawyer Today – (888) 908-8994
Our Texas criminal defense attorneys have nearly 15 years of legal experience
assisting thousands of clients facing criminal matters. We understand
the gravity of your situation and our extensive knowledge on criminal
law helps us combat common prosecution courtroom tactics. Our efforts
are solely committed to ensuring that your charges are dropped or reduced.
Don’t wait another moment – contact our firm today to
receive a free case evaluation.