Don’t Go It Alone Or Poorly Represented!
Assaults occur in Houston, Texas, on a normal basis, but it doesn’t mean that every person accused of taking physical actions against another are criminals that have committed a crime. To prosecutors in the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, criminal cases involving assault imply and demonstrate violence, a threat to public safety and the potential for murder.
This is often not the case.
When a person assaults another person its usually due to self-defense, property defense, or to protect another person. Although assaults under such pretexts are legal, when the police arrive in response to an assault they almost always take someone to jail, and it is not uncommon for the police to arrest the wrong party.
If you or a loved one stand accused of an assaultive offense in Harris County, it’s important to note that prosecution will be fierce. You’ll need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side that knows what he’s doing.
Charged With Assault In Houston?Contact Attorney Paul Morgan Immediately
When a person is charged with any level of an assaultive offense be it domestic violence, simple assault or aggravated assault, the court’s primary concern is the potential for murder and the presence of an alleged violent offender among the public.
Attorney Paul Morgan is known for being aggressive when defending people accused of criminal offenses in Houston. If you need help, call Paul today at 713-364-0209.
Full-Service Criminal Defense
- Assault And Aggravated Assault
- Assault on a Child or Minor
- Assault on a Public Servant
- Hit & Run; FSRA & FSGI
You’ll need an advocate on your side that can humanize you, justify your actions and challenge every argument made by prosecutors.
If you’re looking for a lawyer in Houston to help you fight assault charges, attorney Morgan will assist you. Paul Morgan Law Office, PLLC, offers affordable, flexible payments and excellent customer service. If you call the law firm, you’ll get a timely response. If you need to reach Paul, he’ll be there for you. If you expect to see Paul at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center on your court date, you will.