Facing Domestic Violence Charges in El Paso

Work stresses, family stresses, life stresses… it all adds up. It’s easy for relationship difficulties to erupt into domestic disputes, and just as easy for domestic disputes to result in a visit from the police and someone going to jail.

In fact, someone has to go to jail if the police are called out and it looks like there has been family violence. It may just come down to who has a more convincing story. That story may not be true.

Assault Family Violence Defense Lawyers

At Anchondo & Anchondo, our father-son team of criminal defense attorneys has extensive experience handling a wide range of El Paso domestic assault and family violence cases. We know that anyone can be accused of domestic assault – upstanding community members, people who are in the process of getting divorces, members of the military stationed at Fort Bliss, and immigrants. We have helped them all.

Call our office immediately – 915-228-4360 – for legal help if:

  • You’ve been arrested and charged with spousal abuse, domestic assault or assault against a family member
  • Your spouse or partner has gotten a temporary restraining order against you
  • You have a hearing coming up for a “permanent” protective order
  • You have been charged with violating a protective order

Don’t Wait Another Day to Get a Strong Defense

If you have been arrested, our El Paso defense lawyers can help you get out on bail so that you can work with us to clear your name. And you can get back to your job and family.
If your partner has recently gotten a temporary protective order, you have only a week or two before she/he can go back to court to get a “permanent” (one year) order. You need a Texas domestic assault defense lawyer on your side investigating the claims against you and defending your rights in court.

It’s not a slam-dunk. You do have rights, but you have to protect them. You need to work with an experienced defense lawyer. We’re ready to fight for you. Contact Anchondo & Anchondo or call 915-228-4360 for a free initial consultation.

The Impact of a Criminal Case on Immigration & Deportation

The defense lawyers at Anchondo & Anchondo work with many clients who are resident aliens. A criminal conviction can jeopardize your resident status and result in deportation. If you are an immigrant, even if you have permanent legal status here, it’s important that you not plead guilty to any criminal charge until you’ve talked to a criminal lawyer.
Call our office immediately – 915-228-4360– for legal help if:

  • You’ve been charged with spousal abuse, domestic assault or assault against a family member
  • Your spouse has gotten a temporary protective order against you and there is a hearing coming up for a “permanent” protective order
  • You have been charged with violating a protective order

If your partner has recently gotten a temporary protective order, you have only a week or two before she/he can go back to court to get a “permanent” (one year) order. You need a Texas domestic assault defense lawyer on your side investigating the claims against you and defending your rights in court.