Threatening bodily injury toward a family member, causing bodily injury, and acting recklessly with intent to cause harm, with or without a weapon involved, is reason enough for a person to be charged with aggravated domestic assault. A domestic violence charge is not to be taken lightly.

If you are charged with domestic violence, you can be prohibited from returning to your home. A domestic assault charge is a misdemeanor or felony depending on the circumstances. Texas views family assault and battery seriously. A domestic assault conviction can have a severe impact on many areas of your life.

If you are in danger of being harmed by any family member or your significant other, please visit this website first: or call 1-800-799-7233 or call 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) En Español.  Make sure you are safely situated and that your computer use is not monitored before you reach out to institutions and the authorities for help. Call us for representation so that we can evaluate your case and make sure justice is served.

Domestic Violence can be physical or emotional and in many cases a combination of both at several levels. Such domestic violence can cause much distress. Your spouse, family member or partner can:

Domestic violence can happen to anyone, any race, any gender of any socio-economic level. It is important that the abused person make a plan to exit the relationship safely and report it to the authorities immediately.,

Val Zuniga is a lawyer who believes in having a strong family and keeping healthy relationships. He takes every case of domestic violence seriously and will fight to legally represent you to his best ability to get you the justice you deserve.



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