Building A Solid Defense Against Assault Charges
In general terms, assault refers to the threats of harm an individual makes against another individual. Depending on the aggravations involved, an assault accusation could lead to jail or prison time and costly fines. I know that if you or a loved one is fighting against assault charges, you may have much to lose without adequate legal help.
I am attorney Justin Surginer, and I have represented the rights of criminal defense clients for over a decade in Texas. After a detailed analysis of your case and an in-depth discussion about your rights, I will develop a customized legal strategy to tackle your charges.
Dedicated Legal Assistance Throughout The Entire Process
An assault conviction can lead to severe consequences like losing your good reputation, not seeing your kids or losing your job. At the Law Office of Justin T. Surginer in Houston, I will defend you and make your case if you are facing the following charges:
- Battery: In Texas, this charge refers to the actual injuries someone caused on purpose, deliberately or due to an individual’s reckless actions.
- Domestic assault: Assault against one’s spouse or a family member, could range from a misdemeanor to a felony, with the threat of going to prison.
- Child assault: This charge could be a felony that could lead to jail time in state prison and fines of up to $10,000.
- Sexual assault: These cases are often charged as a felony that can affect your freedom as well as lead to registration as a sex offender.
Whether a misdemeanor or a felony, you are at risk of having a criminal record that will ruin your future. Let me evaluate your case and develop a personalized legal defense and strategy. When I work on your case, I will remain available to address your concerns and keep you updated about the progress of your legal situation.
Contact Me To Learn More About How Can I Represent You
Get the legal advocate you need. Contact me by calling 713-589-8855 or reach me online. I serve clients throughout Texas and take federal criminal cases.