Domestic Violence Defense Attorney
Our law firm can defend your rights in Texas
Facing an assault charge involving a family member or a loved one in Texas? You need a criminal defense lawyer who will fight for you. We understand how complicated and serious such charges can be for everyone involved. That’s why we want to be your voice for justice in your domestic violence case.
Our experienced criminal defense attorneys at The Webb Firm, P.C. in Conroe can help you every step of the way. Attorney Amanda Webb and her legal team thoroughly understand Texas’ domestic violence laws. That’s because they have extensive experience with such complex cases.
Attorney Webb also brings a unique perspective to the cases she handles. Before she started her own law firm, Webb served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. There’s no substitute for such courtroom experience. That’s why we have such a strong track record of success. Case results matter here.
Common domestic violence charges
You can be arrested on the spot in Texas for domestic violence, even if the arresting officer did not witness what happened. All the officer needs is probable cause to arrest you. In general, domestic violence charges fall under “family violence” in the Texas Penal Code. Family violence is defined as:
- Assaulting or threatening a family member with bodily harm
- Assaulting or threatening a boyfriend or girlfriend with bodily harm
- Assaulting or threatening a child with bodily harm
Other charges could apply, especially if they involve allegations of child abuse or injury to a minor. Whatever the circumstances of your case, we’re here to help you.
You have rights. Our lawyers can fight for them
Arguments between spouses or other family members can sometimes quickly get out of control. There are also often conflicting stories about exactly what happened. We can help you set the record straight and make sure your voice is heard.
Our process often starts with simply listening to you. Tell us exactly what happened in your own words. We can then compare that to the arrest report for the incident. Are there any inconsistencies? Any differences?