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San Antonio Domestic Violence Defense Attorney

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Defend Yourself Against Domestic Violence Accusations

Your San Antonio Domestic Violence Lawyer

Domestic violence charges can be life-changing, but a capable and experienced criminal defense attorney can help you defend your rights and reduce your penalties, including for the wrongfully accused.

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Investigate Your Case

Reduce Charges

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Investigate Your Case

Reduce Charges

Negotiate Lower Fees

Formulate a Strong Defense

Represent You at Trial

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John G. Perez Is Your First Choice for Domestic Violence Defense

There are many domestic violence lawyers for you to choose from in San Antonio, and picking the right one can have a big impact on your case. If you’ve been charged with spousal abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, or some other type of family violence, you need an attorney who will put your needs first while defending your rights. Domestic violence defense lawyer John G. Perez is committed to defending those accused of domestic violence under Texas law, and he will fight tirelessly to achieve a satisfactory outcome for your case. If you’re facing criminal charges for violence against a family member, you don’t have to face your situation alone. John G. Perez can help. 

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Know the Penalties for a Domestic Violence Charge

Under Texas domestic violence laws, those accused of domestic assault may face considerable penalties for their alleged actions. While some types of family violence may qualify as misdemeanors, many types of family violence, such as sexual assault, can result in a felony domestic violence charge. For misdemeanors, perpetrators may face fines of between $500 and $4,000, as well as up to one year in jail. Those accused of felony domestic abuse may face fines of up to $10,000 and jail sentences of between 2 and 20 years, depending on the details of the case. The severity of these charges goes to show how important it is to reach out to domestic violence attorneys you can trust.

If you’re facing domestic violence charges in San Antonio, call to get help from San Antonio domestic violence attorney John G. Perez.