When most people hear the word assault, they associate it with the physical attack of one person by another person. While it is true that when one person deliberately or purposefully causes bodily harm to another person he or she is committing assault, and usually assault & battery, it is not the only way in which a person can commit an assault. If you threaten another person with physical harm or insinuate in some manner that another person's life is in imminent danger, you may also find yourself facing assault charges. In cases where you displayed a firearm or weapon during the assault, you could be facing charges of aggravated assault regardless of whether you actually touched the alleged victim or not.
If you have been accused of committing assault in Texas, or you have been arrested for an alleged assault, you could be facing serious charges upon conviction. To preserve your freedom and help prevent you being convicted of a crime you didn't commit, it is of the utmost importance that you secure legal counsel as soon as possible. Contact The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, P.C. right away so that I can review your case and advise you of your legal options.
I, Fort Worth criminal lawyer Samuel Terry, have years of experience helping clients fight the criminal charges they face. As a former Assistant City Attorney with the District Court Criminal Division, I have a unique perspective on how criminal cases are prosecuted. With this knowledge, along with my years of expertise defending clients against all types of criminal charges, I am more than qualified to provide you with the aggressive defensive you need if you are accused of assault or aggravated assault. I am known for my commitment to my clients and I am fully dedicated to doing everything possible to protect my clients' legal rights. In some of my most recent assault cases I have been able to get my clients' charges dismissed and their records cleared of all wrongdoing. To find out how I may be able to help you with your assault charges, contact my firm my firm.