Violent Crimes in Round Rock

Searching for a Williamson County lawyer to defend a violent crime charge?

Have you been accused of committing a violent crime in Round Rock or anyplace else in Williamson County? Considering the fact that violent crime charges in Texas incur harsh penalties, it's critical that you engage the services of an aggressive criminal lawyer such as R. Scott Magee. With nearly 2 decades of experience defending individuals in the state and federal courts of Texas, you can trust attorney Magee to uphold your rights and exhaustively challenge any and all evidence against you.

With extensive negotiation and litigation experience in cases ranging from assault, to domestic violence, to aggravated sexual assault and murder, R. Scott Magee, Attorney at Law is prepared to defend you. We know that accidents or assaults can happen during heating altercations and that sometimes, our clients are merely defending themselves against their attackers. If you have become entangled in serious accusations for a violent crime, we urge you to contact us right away.

Defining Violent Crimes

Violent crimes occur when the offender uses or threatens to use violent force upon the victim. A violent crime may have the violent act as the objective; for example, murder, but the violence itself can also be a means to an end as in a robbery or home invasion. Violent crimes may involve a physical altercation or verbal threats, or a sexual assault (rape), but they can also be committed with any type of weapon that can cause serious bodily injury or death. Examples of common violent crimes include:

Of all violent crimes, criminal homicides are the most serious by nature, which are crimes that result in the death of another human being. For example, under Section 19.02. of the Texas Penal Code, murder is the intentional killing of another individual, which is a felony in the first degree, punishable by 5 to 99 years in prison. On the other hand, under Section 19.04, a person commits manslaughter when he or she recklessly causes the death of another individual. Manslaughter is a felony of the second degree in Texas, punishable by 2 to 20 years in prison.

Are you facing criminal charges for a violent crime? Don't leave your fate in the hands of the prosecution, contact Williamson County criminal defense attorney, R. Scott Magee right away to schedule your confidential and free case evaluation!