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Assault Claims

In Texas, prosecutors may bring assault charges even if an actual bodily injury isn’t involved – a threat to injure another person is sufficient to bring a misdemeanor felony claim. An assault charge is treated broadly under the law, and the penalties for causing injury, the use of a weapon or another related criminal act can greatly increase the penalties involved.


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