Domestic Violence Contact Form

Domestic violence charges can have a serious impact on the rest of your life. If you have questions about domestic violence issues, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney today.

Dealing With a Domestic Violence Arrest

At Tad Nelson & Associates, we represent people throughout the Houston and Galveston County metro areas who have been charged with domestic violence. These are serious charges and we will keep you informed about what is likely to happen at each step of the process.

Below, we have provided some general information on domestic violence law in Texas. To learn more about how we can help you protect yourself from these charges, we encourage you to contact us for a consultation with a lawyer.

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Domestic Violence Contact Form

Email Address

Phone Number

Business Phone

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Birth date

Have you previously been convicted of domestic violence
Yes No

If yes, when

Have you been convicted of other offenses
Yes No

If yes, what and when

Are you on probation or parole
Yes No

If so, for what

Do you have any other pending cases

Has a temporary restraining order been issued against you
Yes No

If so, when was it issued

For what reason

Has a long-term restraining order been issued against you
Yes No

If so, when

What are the conditions of the order

When does the order expire

Who brought the domestic violence charge

Was anyone else arrested (including the person who brought the charge)
Yes No

If so, name all persons arrested

List any witnesses to the alleged act

What statements do you remember making to the police about the events leading to the charge

Describe the events leading up to the arrest

What is your relationship with the alleged victim

Do you have any children
Yes No

Are you married
Yes No

Are you involved in divorce proceedings
Yes No

Have you discussed the alleged domestic violence incident with anybody else
Yes No

If so, with whom did you discuss it and what did you tell him or her

What is the amount of any bond you posted

Are there any special bond conditions

Were you referred by someone
Yes No

If so, who

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