Protecting Your Rights After A Violent Crime Charge

It is important to realize how seriously and aggressively violent crimes are prosecuted in Texas.

Depending on the circumstances surrounding a charge, including extent of injury and whether a weapon was used, these charges can range from misdemeanors to felonies. A conviction can result in jail time, destroy employment opportunities, especially those involving background checks and security clearance, and lose custody privileges for parents.

If you have been charged with a violent crime, it is critical to reach out to an attorney at the earliest opportunity.

Aggravated Assault

Our lawyers are prepared to bring the comprehensive knowledge and experience that we have honed in more than 12,000 criminal defense cases in Austin to demonstrate that you acted in self-defense, by disputing the credibility of witnesses and exploring possibility of mistaken identity. We will pursue every possibility to reach a dismissal, or other reduced consequences that allow you to preserve your well-being and preserve future opportunity.

We have reached significant success representing clients who have been charged with:

  • Assault with injury
  • Assault on a peace officer or police officer
  • Aggravated assault
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Child abuse
  • Domestic violence/family violence
  • Burglary with intent to commit assault
  • Homicide
  • Murder
  • Negligent homicide
  • Manslaughter
  • Injury or endangerment of a child
  • Sexual assault or rape

Regardless of the nature of your charge, we encourage you to reach out as soon as possible and begin protecting your rights.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Austin violent crimes attorneys at Granger and Mueller PC, call 512-474-9999 or email the firm.