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HOW TO UNDO A CLASS C ASSAULT CONVICTION IN TEXAS

If you were in jail and pled guilty on a class c misdemeanor assault, you can undo this for a short period. Assaults involving family violence can have disastrous collateral consequences that affect future cases, your reputation, gun rights, immigration status, and custody disputes.

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1) Class C Assault Definition - Texas Penal Code §22.01(a)(2),(3)
2) New Trial - Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 45.023(d)
3) Affirmative Finding of Family Violence - Texas Family Code §71.004

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