Assault Family Member – Class A Misdemeanor Criminal Mischief $100 < $750 – Class B Misdemeanor Criminal Trespass – Class A Misdemeanor *All three cases dismissed* This client was in some serious trouble and hired me to fight his cases. He was facing at least one year in jail for Assault- Family Member and it […]
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Case Blog
This blog contains information about Texas criminal defense law cases handled by attorney Tyler Brock.
State v. D.B.; Assault of Family Member – Impeding Breath 434th Criminal District Court; Fort Bend County, Texas
Assault Family Member- Impeding Breath, Felony Case Result: Dismissed If you are charged with Assault Family Member- Impeding Breath, Texas Penal Code § 22.01 covers assault impeding breathing or circulation. A person commits assault impeding breathing when they commit assault family violence by intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly impeding the normal breathing or circulation of the […]
Interfering with an Emergency Call & Assault-Family Member Result: Dismissed These cases were exceptionally tough because of my client’s extensive criminal history. He had several felony convictions that included alcohol and violence. Usually, when prosecutors see that your client has an extensive record, the case is more difficult to get dismissed or resolved favorably. Initially, […]
Defense of charge: Assault of a family member, impeding breath Result: No Billed Texas Penal Code Section 22.01(b)(2)(B) contains the enhancement for assault family violence by choking or impeding breathing. It increases the punishment of an assault family violence charge from a Class A Misdemeanor to a Third-Degree Felony Assault Family Member- Impeding Breath is […]