Family & Domestic Assault
David Hunter, Sugar Land, Texas, Domestic Violence Lawyer
Domestic violence charges are a serious matter, and a conviction will likely remain on your criminal record, making it difficult to find a job and establish visitation rights with your children if you are divorced. At The David Hunter Law Firm, I work hard to collect all information to create an effective defense for your assault charges. Oftentimes, an angry girlfriend, spouse or ex-spouse alleges he or she was the victim of domestic violence simply to have a boyfriend, spouse or ex-spouse removed from the premises. While working as your domestic violence lawyer, I ensure that all the facts are evident, telling your side of the story before the court makes any ruling.
Fight for Your Rights with an Effective Defense for Assault Charges
In order to get the story straight, I consult investigators to interview neighbors or witnesses, collect medical information, and determine the background of the alleged victim. Depending on your specific case, gathering these kinds of details may be important if you acted in self-defense or were assaulted in the past. Too often, police arrive and arrest the boyfriend, husband or ex-spouse under the assumption it was the male who was responsible for causing the disturbance. I ensure your side of the story is presented, and the facts supporting your defense for assault are made known to the judge.
Contact Domestic Violence Lawyer David Hunter
It’s important to hire a domestic violence lawyer as soon as possible after you’ve been arrested. If found guilty, you could receive jail time and end up with a permanent criminal record. Since most employers have a zero-tolerance policy regarding criminal charges, you may lose your current job.
Don’t let a charge of domestic assault lead to additional legal and personal complications. To discuss your options, call 281-265-1515 or contact experienced domestic violence lawyer David Hunter using the form on the right for a free, confidential consultation.