If you are accused of a violent crime, everything may be at stake. Conviction of any violent criminal charges can negatively affect your reputation, job, family life and even your ability to apply for citizenship. It could also get you deported.
The skilled attorneys at The Díaz Firm, PLLC, know what is at stake when clients face domestic violence or assault charges. With more than 33 years of experience defending clients, we also understand the strategies involved in disproving these types of allegations.
Our Approach To Client Cases
For non-citizen Texas residents, being convicted of family abuse, family violence or assault can result in deportation as a punishment. However, the specific circumstances surrounding your case can make a world of difference. When our attorneys review the details of your case, we can help you understand what you may be facing.
Penalties for violent crimes can include:
- Felony charges that result in time spent in a state prison
- Misdemeanor charges that result in jail time
- Protective orders placed against you
- Hefty fines and victim retribution
How We Can Help Your Case | Call (512) 655-3513
Vigorous defense of your case is at the forefront of preserving your immigration status and livelihood. In Texas, any conviction on charges of violence will trigger flags on your immigration status and deportation proceedings. When you are facing such serious consequences, you need a team of lawyers on your side to level the playing field.