DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ATTORNEY IN AUSTIN, TEXAS
LEGAL SUPPORT FROM EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ATTORNEY IN MATTERS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Texas law defines domestic violence as any act between family members or dating partners that are intended to cause harm or a credible threat of harm. In our state, authorities treat such matters with the utmost seriousness and severity. These crimes are prosecuted vigorously, and guilty parties face serious penalties. Having skilled domestic violence lawyers by your side can help!
A conviction on charges of domestic abuse may result in:
Up to one year in jail
A fine of up to $4,000
At Davis-Jones Law, our domestic violence lawyers have helped many individuals and families make it through these proceedings and put their lives back together. We are here to advise you of your rights and help you mount an appropriate defense. We will work hard to obtain the best possible result in your case.
In addition to criminal penalties — including jail time, probation, and counseling — a domestic violence conviction can affect your life in other ways. There will be profound effects on your family, for example — there will likely be implications for any current or future child custody considerations.
Likewise, a conviction may prevent you from securing housing or employment. Even the most qualified job applicant can be turned away by an employer if he or she has a criminal record involving domestic violence. Many stand to lose their professional licenses. Moreover, individuals are disallowed from owning firearms and other weapons.
Attorney Kris Davis-Jones has spent her career defending people accused of domestic assault and other violent crimes. She will respond swiftly and effectively to protect your rights and work hard to clear your name.
A PROVEN LAW FIRM FOR A DIFFICULT SITUATION
From our office in Austin, we represent clients throughout Travis County and the surrounding region. To speak to us about your concerns, please contact us online or call us any time, day or night. Initial consultations are always free.