The consequences of an assault charge can vary from just a fine to prison time. In addition, depending upon your circumstances, an assault conviction could mean that you are required to complete anger management classes, complete community service hours, or can no longer lawfully possess a firearm. Assault charges in Texas range from Class C misdemeanors to 1st Degree Felonies. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can advise you on the severity of the charges against you and help with the best defense of your case.
Each case is different, so it is important to discuss your case with an experienced Criminal Defense attorney to understand your options. If you have been arrested for Assault in Texas, contact the Loker Law Firm today to discuss your case with an experienced Criminal Defense lawyer.