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Two ways to be charged with Deadly Conduct
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The first type of deadly conduct is classified as a Class A misdemeanor. A person can be arrested or charged with deadly conduct for recklessly engaging in conduct that places another person in imminent danger of serious bodily injury. Basically, this type of conduct would involve some inherently dangerous act, and that the actor disregards the substantial risks associated with that act for no good reason. An example of this would be pointing a firearm at someone, whether or not the person knew the gun was loaded.
The second type of deadly conduct is classified as a 3rd Degree Felony. A person can be arrested or charged with deadly conduct for discharging a firearm at or in the direction of one or more people. This also includes shooting a firearm at a house, building, or vehicle, even if the place is not occupied.
If you or your loved one in Houston has been charged with deadly conduct, you should contact an experienced Houston criminal defense lawyer before making any statements to police, investigators, or anyone about the facts of the case. These statements will likely be recorded and used by the government in prosecuting the case.
Criminal Attorney Brandon Cammack is available 7 days a week to assist you with any questions or concerns that you may have regarding your case.
For more information about a specific case, you should contact a criminal lawyer in Houston that handles deadly conduct cases to see what legal and factual defenses are available to you.
NOTE: This information is not intended to be legal advice and is merely used for general educational purposes. For legal advice about a specific case call Houston criminal defense attorney Brandon R. Cammack at 713-300-9291 or schedule a free consultation online.