Williamson County Assault Lawyer Jason Trumpler
Williamson County Assault Lawyer Jason Trumpler
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If you, or someone you know, has been charged with assault in Texas, the consequences can be dire. Violent crimes, like assault, are frequently some of the most severely and swiftly punished, particularly in Williamson County. Once the arrest occurs, a warrant is issued, or you are aware an investigation is pending, you must hire competent, compassionate, aggressive legal representation. You must employ someone like Jason Trumpler.
As a former prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney with 20 years of experience navigating criminal courts throughout Texas and California, Attorney Jason Trumpler has seen every type of assault case. He has evaluated assault cases from both sides. He knows what prosecutors are looking for when they choose to charge with you with these types of crimes. Also, over the years, Jason Trumpler has taken over 100 trials to verdict. He has achieved a fantastic record of success.
Williamson County Attorney Jason Trumpler Defends Clients Charged with Assault
The mere accusation that you have committed an assault can have devastating consequences legally, professionally, and personally. There are the obvious financial ramifications that accompany an arrest for assault, including but not limited to, paying the expenses associated with the bond, hiring an attorney, potentially dealing with probation, incarceration, and court fines and fees. There are also collateral consequences related to employment, your relationships with friends and loved ones, and potential implications on housing.
If the State convicts you of assault you could face:
- Jail or prison
- Fines, fees, and restitution
- Anger management or counseling
- A final conviction on your criminal record
- Enhanced penalties for multiple felony convictions
- Effects on your professional licensing
- Loss of your right to vote or possess firearms
- Effects on your custody or visitation rights for your children
- Immigration consequences
Assault is a crime of violence or aggression against another person. Actual harm is not required. In Texas, it is a Class C Misdemeanor for an assault by contact. If the complaining witness complains of pain that is sufficient for "bodily injury" for purposes of making it a Class A Misdemeanor.
An assault allegation in Williamson County can result in either Misdemeanor or Felony charges being brought depending on the facts of your case. Regardless of whether you are facing Misdemeanor or Felony charges, a final conviction will result in a permanent criminal record, which can have several devastating consequences on your career and personal life.
Attorney Jason Trumpler has handled hundreds of cases involving clients accused of assault crimes. Mr. Trumpler defends clients charged with all Misdemeanor and Felony assault throughout Williamson County and Central Texas.
If the State has accused you of assault, do not delay. Call our office at 512-457-5200 or e-mail us today for a free initial consultation. Jason Trumpler is a skilled trial attorney with over 100 jury trials under his belt, and he is prepared to defend you!
Defending Clients Facing All Kinds of Assault Charges
Williamson County Defense Attorney Jason Trumpler is a former prosecutor with 20 years of experience. He represents clients accused of:
- Assault — The term "assault" can include several different types of actions, some of which many people may not commonly think of as an assault. Learn more about assault charges in Texas and the possible consequences of a conviction.
- Aggravated assault — Aggravated assault involves causing serious injury or assaulting someone while using or exhibiting a deadly weapon.
- Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
- Domestic assault, Family violence, and spousal abuse — An assault charge involving a family member, romantic partner, or former romantic partner is a serious matter in Texas. A conviction can have numerous consequences that affect you for years or decades to come. Learn more about domestic violence in Texas and the possible outcomes of a criminal charge.
- Bar fights, street fights, and violent crimes
Domestic violence and assault are serious charges. The district or county attorney's office may choose to prosecute even if the alleged victim refuses to pursue charges or testify. A domestic abuse arrest may lead to the State filing a restraining order or protective order, which can effectively dismantle a family, leaving the party charged with domestic violence locked out of their house and cut off from their children.
Attorney Jason Trumpler prepares every case for trial, reviewing evidence and other facts critical for an effective defense. We determine whether our clients felt in danger or acted in self-defense. If a jury trial is not in your interest, defense lawyer Jason Trumpler will negotiate with prosecutors for a reduced sentence. Schedule a Free Initial Consultation.