Assault / Family Violence Defense
You won’t find a better lawyer to defend you against Domestic Assault charges in Travis County, Texas, than Austin criminal defense attorney Kiele Linroth Pace. The consequences of a family violence conviction are too severe to plead guilty without first consulting an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Kiele’s experience with domestic assault cases and her low volume practice model maximize her ability to obtain the best possible outcome. From the outset of the case, Kiele will focus on your side of the story and make sure that it gets told rather allowing law enforcement’s one-sided version of events to go unchallenged.
Kiele consistently gets outstanding results in family violence / spousal abuse cases–including cases that are dismissed outright–and very few of her clients end up with family violence convictions on their records.
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Information about Family Violence Cases in Travis County:
- Should I hire a lawyer immediately?
- Where will I go to court for a family violence case?
- What if the alleged victim wasn’t really hurt?
- What are “conditions of bond” in family violence assault cases?
- What is the Batterer Intervention and Prevention Program?
- What are the collateral consequences of a family violence conviction?
- Can I drop the charges in a family violence case?
- Is Project Options really necessary for a dismissal?
- What is the role of victim services counselors?
- Do I have to testify at trial in a family violence case?
- What if the alleged victim is not actually a family member?
- What does “bodily injury” mean in an assault case?
- What is a “choking allegation” in a family violence case?
- What is the penalty range for assault with family violence?
- How do you know if the charge is regular assault or family violence?
- What is wrong with Deferred Adjudication for family violence cases?
- What if the affirmative finding of family violence is waived?