If the defendant satisfies all the court’s requirements, the court will discharge the defendant and dismiss the case.
Popular video content creator on You Tube whose self-titled channel showcases his talents as a freerunner and trampolinist. He launched his You Tube channel in August of 2011, uploading a first video that month called "Epic trampoline net FAIL." He published two viral videos within one week of each other called "INSANE TRAMPOLINE FLIPS OFF A BRIDGE! ." He has a brother named Tristan and a sister named Taylor. He and Eli Dale are both active freerunners who became popular on You Tube.Texas recognizes three different crimes of domestic violence: domestic assault, aggravated domestic assault and continuous violence against the family.This can happen whether the relationship is ended by just one of the partners or, seemingly, by mutual consent.There are several types of abuse that occur in intimate romantic relationships.A person is guilty of aggravated domestic assault if he commits an aggravated assault against a spouse, family member, or romantic partner as listed above.
A person commits aggravated assault in Texas if he: If the defendant commits an aggravated domestic assault with a deadly weapon and causes serious bodily injury to the victim, the crime is a first degree felony.If a defendant pleads guilty to a domestic assault charge, the court may grant a deferred adjudication.The court postpones sentencing for a period of time on the condition that the defendant successfully complies with probation and certain other requirements, such as no new arrests or criminal offenses during the conditional period, completing domestic violence offender treatment, paying restitution, or doing volunteer work in the community.If a defendant is convicted or pleads guilty, the court also can grant community supervision (probation) as an alternative to a jail or prison sentence for up to two years for a misdemeanor and up to ten years for a felony.The court can require the defendant to serve some time in jail or prison before beginning community supervision – 30 days for a misdemeanor and 180 days for a felony.Being a convicted felon for a violent crime also can seriously impact your life and limit your rights as a citizen.