Family Violence Lawyer

If you are reading this, you may have been arrested for threatening, stalking or causing unwanted physical contact with spouse, co-parent, intimate partner, parent or child. Maybe you are going through a divorce and that other person is a crazed spouse who is out to get you, although you have done nothing wrong. Maybe it’s a former lover who harbors a grudge. Maybe it’s an ex-spouse out to get even. Perhaps it’s a loved one with a mental disorder who is alleging that you committed a crime. However, what if the claims being made are either completely not true or grossly exaggerated? My goal is to get your case dismissed I am Paul Previte, an attorney handling family and domestic violence in the Fort Worth area.

Domestic Violence Attorney in Fort Worth

You may be surprised to learn that you can be arrested for an assault charge because another person claims to be a victim. Maybe it is true, but in most cases it is not. Relationships between husbands, wives, friends, same-sex partners, parents, children and others can be complex, and in most cases there are two sides to the story. I can make sure that your story gets heard too. Without relating your situation in an effective manner, the judges and prosecutors simply assume that what the other person is saying is true. Don’t let this happen. I can help.

THE STATE OF TEXAS WILL NOT DROP THIS CASE even if the alleged “victim” asks for it to be dismissed unless you follow their rules. To have a chance of getting the case dismissed without a trial there are steps you must follow.

If you have no prior Assault convictions or family or domestic violence convictions, you may be able to get your case dismissed. I will fight hard to obtain a dismissal of your charges and keep your record clean, so call me today for a family violence lawyer in Fort Worth! In some cases, I may be able to get the case dismissed without a fine, court costs or probation fees.

This is a very serious charge and it may result in consequences other than the criminal charges themselves. For example, if you plead “guilty” or “no contest” to this charge, you will not be eligible for a concealed handgun license in the State of Texas. It may also effect your immigration status if you are not a citizen. The implications are far reaching and permanent, so call me today for a domestic violence attorney in Fort Worth!