Assault of Public Servant
Our criminal defense attorneys can defend your rights
Assaulting a public servant is a serious crime in Texas. If you are found guilty and convicted of this assault charge, you could be sentenced to several months or even several years in prison. That’s why it’s critical that you take your charge seriously right from the start. You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer to fight for you.
We get it at The Webb Firm, P.C. in Conroe. We know what’s at stake. That’s why we want to help. Criminal defense attorney Amanda Webb has defended many people charged with such serious crimes. She’s also been on the other side of the courtroom. Webb previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. We know what strategies work and which approaches often produce results.
Charges for assaulting a public servant
Texas defines public servants as any local, state and federal employee. This could include:
- Police officers
- Jury members
- County clerks
If you are found guilty and convicted of assaulting a public servant, the penalties can cover a wide range, from a misdemeanor charge to a felony charge. As a result, you could spend several months or even several years in jail if you are convicted of assaulting a public servant.
How our law firm can help you
Assault charges can be very confusing, contentious cases. The person who claims you assaulted them might have a very different story from the one you told us. That’s why we work hard and dig deeper to undercover the truth. This often starts with your arrest report. What are the inconsistencies? What’s different?
That’s just the beginning. Did anyone else see what happened? Were there any witnesses? What about your rights? Were they respected? Or were your civil rights violated? We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice.