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Galveston Violent Crime Attorneys

We Fight for You with Integrity & Tenacity

Violent crimes are the most severely punished of all criminal offenses in Texas. As such, a conviction can have a major impact on almost every aspect of your life. Your freedom and your future may be at stake due to having a permanent criminal record. Your reputation and social relationships, your job or career, and more can all be damaged by a violent crime conviction. Because of this, you need the services of a dedicated Galveston violent crime attorney who has experience in defending you in and out of the courtroom.

In the face of an investigation or formal charges for a violent crime, we urge you to contact Zendeh Del & Associates, PLLC for capable legal help. We have won hundreds of cases for clients across the greater Galveston area and will work vigorously for you in seeking a positive outcome to your case.

Learn more and get the guidance you need from our Galveston violent crime lawyer by contacting us at (409) 204-5566 today.

Violent Crime Cases We Handle in Texas

Many types of violent crimes exist under the law. These may be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, but most often as felonies where a deadly weapon has been used or bodily injury has been inflicted on others.

Examples of violent crimes include:

  • Assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Sexual assault
  • Domestic violence
  • Rape
  • Kidnapping
  • Unlawful restraint
  • Violent disorderly conduct
  • Robbery
  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder

How you are penalized will be dictated by the type of crime, whether force or a deadly weapon was used, the extent of bodily harm inflicted, and your previous criminal history, if applicable. A simple assault is generally punished by a fine. Felony violent crimes will be punishable by one year up to life in prison along with hefty fines, potential mandatory sex offender registration for violent sex offenses, possible restitution, and probation.

Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Just because you are charged with a crime does not mean you will be convicted. It is always up to the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty. With the help of an experienced Galveston violent crime lawyer, you may get reduced charges, sentencing, or even a case dismissal. You will, however, need a savvy and committed Galveston violent crime attorney in your corner as early as possible.

Arrested for a violent crime? Reach out to Zendeh Del & Associates, PLLC by calling (409) 204-5566 today.

The Zendeh Del Difference

Six Benefits That Set Us Apart
  • High-Quality & Personalized Service
  • More Than 80 Years of Combined Experience
  • Local Attorneys Who Know The System
  • Available for Calls 24/7
  • Trained on Field Sobriety Tests, Breath Tests, and Blood Tests
  • Former Prosecutors / Retired Judge

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