Texas Violent Crimes Lawyer
Violent Crimes in Texas
A violent crime typically involves the actual use of force or a threat of using force upon the victim. In some cases, the object of the crime is the violent act. In other cases, violence is used as a means to an end. Some, but not all, violent crimes are committed with a weapon or firearm. A violence crime can result in no injury to the victim, bodily injury, serious bodily injury or death.
The penalties for violent crimes depend on a host of factors. The most severe penalties apply to cases in which a weapon was used, or the victim was seriously injured.
Working with a Texas Violent Crime Attorney
If you were charged with a crime of violence, then contact our experienced criminal defense attorneys in Texas. Jodi Soyars, and the lawyers at Soyars & Morgan Law, represent clients charged with both misdemeanor and felony offenses in Texas. Jodi represents clients on a variety of crimes involving allegations of violence from simple assault to murder.
No matter your circumstances, having an experienced and aggressive attorney at your side can make all the difference. With offices conveniently located in downtown San Antonio, Soyars & Morgan Law provides an aggressive defense to his clients at every stage of the case.
Call us to discuss the charges pending against you, and important defenses that can be used to fight the charges.
If you have been charged with a violent crime and would like more information or wish to speak to a reliable, experienced
violent crime lawyer in Texas, contact Soyars & Morgan Law today, or call us at (210) 390-0000.
Don’t delay! Your freedom and your reputation are on the line.
Types of Violent Crimes in Texas
Texas law provides for several different types of violent offenses in Texas including:
- Criminal Homicide
- Capital Murder
- Criminally Negligent Homicide
- Robbery and Aggravated Robbery
- Unlawful Restraint
- Kidnapping / Aggravated Kidnapping
- Unlawful Transport
- Assault and Aggravated Assault
- Sexual Assault / Aggravated Sexual Assault
- Organized Crime or Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity
- Injury to a Child
- Injury to an Elderly Individual or Disabled Individual
- Abandoning or Endangering a Child
- Terroristic Threat
- Aiding Suicide
- Tampering with Consumer Product
- Leaving a Child in a Vehicle