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Weatherford Domestic Violence Lawyer

If you have been accused of domestic violence in Texas, it is important to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. At Vick, Carney & Smith, our attorneys have successfully handled numerous domestic violence defense cases for clients from Weatherford, and throughout Parker County and surrounding communities. As former prosecutors, our defense lawyers know how to effectively defend clients against these charges.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 800-483-9202 to speak with an experienced Weatherford domestic violence attorney.

Have You Been Charged With Domestic Violence?

When someone calls the police with a domestic violence accusation, the police are almost always going to make an arrest. If you have been arrested on charges of domestic violence, the court may issue a restraining or no-contact order.

Restraining orders legally bar you from making any contact with the alleged victim. They also may prevent you from entering your own home and seeing your children. If convicted of domestic violence, you could face a wide range of harsh consequences, including prison time, fines and revocation of your gun rights. If you have a restraining order against you, do not attempt to contact the alleged victim or you can be charged with an additional crime: violating a restraining order.

If you hire our firm, our criminal defense attorneys will work diligently to have the restraining order removed and to fight the underlying domestic violence charge.

Contact a Parker County, TX, Orders for Protection Attorney

If you or someone close to you is facing domestic violence charges in Texas, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at 800-483-9202 to speak with a knowledgeable Weatherford domestic violence attorney.

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