Have you been charged with Injury to a Child?
Very Important, you need to talk to our firm before interviewing with the investigator or a caseworker with CPS. Your statements in these interviews may cause damage to your criminal case. Please always remember that if you are a parent in this situation, It is your right to say that you would like to consult an attorney.
Texas Law, section 22.04 of the penal code, describes Injury to a Child as an injury to a child if someone knowingly, intentionally, recklessly, or with a criminal negligence acts or fails to act and as a result causes a child to suffer a bodily injury or mental impairment. The District Attorney’s office will need to prove beyond a reasonable doubt (the standard in criminal cases) that you acted or failed act in such a manner that directly caused a child to suffer an injury. They must also definitively prove that your conduct was knowing, intentional, reckless, or criminally negligent.
For more information about our law firm and how we can help you defend against injury to a child charges, contact our office. Call 817-617-8058 .
We represent clients in Dallas, Fort Worth, Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County, and all the surrounding areas.