Ramos & del Cueto has the trial experience and thorough understanding of Texas law you can rely on to stand up for your rights if you have been charged with any form of family violence, domestic violence, child abuse or spousal abuse, including:
- Domestic assault and battery
- Assault – Family – 2nd Offense
- Assault – Bodily Injury – Married/Cohabitating
- Assault – Bodily Injury – Family/Household
- Injury to a Child
- Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Police and prosecutors take family violence very seriously. So should you. If you need to talk to an attorney who will listen to your side and fight to protect your freedom and good name, please call our office in San Antonio at 210-212-9000 for a free and confidential consultation. You can also e-mail Ramos & del Cueto directly for a rapid response.
Family violence: It’s not just the charges you have to worry about.
In most cases where there has been an accusation of family violence or domestic assault, the alleged victim can easily obtain a protective order, sometimes called a restraining order or order of protection.
A protective order can have serious and long lasting consequences. It can make it difficult or impossible to live in your home and visit your kids. There is a chance that you might be arrested even if you accidentally end up at the same place as the person who filed the domestic violence or family violence complaint.
Immediate action may be required. Contact us now.
If a protective order is filed against you, it is extremely important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. You have only a short time to file an answer with the courts or the domestic or family violence protective order will probably be granted automatically. If you are facing any type of criminal charges arising out of an altercation with a family member, roommate, a child or the man or woman you are dating, experienced state and federal criminal law firm Ramos & del Cueto can help.
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