Assault & Violent Crimes Defense
Violent Crime Charges are Very Serious in the State of Texas.
In Texas, a violent crime conviction can keep you from certain jobs and prevent you from holding licenses, including the license to carry a gun. If you have been charged with a violent crime, the best thing you can do is to work with a Houston Defense Lawyer who has extensive experience representing people who have been in your situation. This is not something that every defense attorney has. Assault is a crime that involves the use of violence, threat of violence and/or physical force and coercion. There are numerous types of assault related crimes.
Types of Violent Crimes
George Tyson specializes in defending individuals charged with the following:
- Assault is legally defined as acting intentionally and purposefully causing another person bodily harm. It is also the act of offensively touching another person or causing another person harm.
- Aggravated Assault is a reckless, violent act that is committed with the intention of causing another person serious bodily harm. When a person commits aggravated assault, he/she usually causes his/her victim serious bodily harm.
- Assault With a Deadly Weapon is the violent act of purposefully causing or threatening another person with bodily harm through the use of a deadly weapon, such as a gun or a knife.
Charged with a Violent Crime? Contact George Tyson for a free case review and consultation