Dallas Domestic Violence Lawyer
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What exactly is involved in a crime of domestic violence? It is considered a
criminal offense that is committed when a person physically, verbally, sexually, or psychologically
abuses another person within an intimate relationship. This includes issues
between those that are partners, spouses, relatives or parents and children.
In today's world, more and more cases of domestic violence are being
reported to law enforcement instead of being ignored.
This has led to numerous states, including Texas, adopting stricter laws
and legal consequences when it comes to domestic abuse. Immediately contacting highly-qualified Dallas criminal defense lawyer,
Thomas D'Amore, if you have been charged with domestic violence can make all the difference
in your case. With over two decades of legal experience, he is intimately
acquainted with all of the happenings both in and out of the courtroom.
Allow him to defend your rights – fill out our
free case evaluation form today!
Facts About Domestic Violence
- Victims of domestic violence can be men or women. However, the vast majority
of domestic abuse victims are in fact women.
- On an annual basis, approximately 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are
subjected to domestic violence.
- Throughout the country, law enforcement agencies are cracking down on cases
of domestic violence, and more domestic violence offenders are being sentenced
with imprisonment when they are convicted.
- When a person is convicted of domestic violence, he/she may find it very
difficult to obtain employment, housing or educational opportunities.
Additionally, he/she may have a hard time obtaining occupational licenses.
- There are numerous defenses to domestic violence charges including self-defense,
factual innocence and lack of evidence.
Consequences can vary greatly for domestic violence, depending on whether
or not bodily injury occurred and/or if a deadly weapon was used. Below
we have listed the various degrees of domestic violence and their potential
penalties if convicted:
Class A Misdemeanor
- Up to $4,000 in fines or 1 year in jail, or both
3rd Degree Felony
- Up to $10,000 in fines or 2-10 years in jail, or both
2nd Degree Felony
- Up to $10,000 in fines or 2-20 years in jail, or both
1st Degree Felony
- Up to $10,000 in fines or 5-99 years in jail, or both
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If you have been charged with domestic violence in Dallas, you may be unsure
of what you should do next. Therefore, the best thing you can do is to
speak with a legal professional who can provide you with the insight and
direction you need to be successful in and out of court.
Working with a skilled Dallas domestic violence defense lawyer is the best
decision people can make if you have been accused of this offense.
Call D'Amore Law Firm today for a FREE consultation at (800) 738-1960!