Assault & Violent Crimes attorney Frank Bryan

A conviction for assault against a family/household member carries serious collateral consequences. It is a federal crime, punishable by up to 10 years in prison, for a person convicted of assault-family violence to possess a firearm or ammunition. An assault-family violence offense, committed by a person who was previously convicted of, or on probation for, assault-family violence, is a third degree felony (2-10 years in prison, or 2-10 years of probation). A conviction for assault-family violence may substantially limit future employment opportunities.

As a misdemeanor prosecutor, a felony prosecutor, a District Judge, and a criminal defense attorney, Frank Bryan has been handling assault cases for the past twenty-five years.

If you need to hire an experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense attorney, please call Frank Bryan at 512.322.9977.