A Dallas County jury recently acquitted professional boxer and frequent television commentator Jermell Charlo of a felony criminal charge of assault family violence.

Defending against these kinds of allegations is never easy and it becomes even more of a challenge when the accused is a celebrity. As such, the acquittal in this case presents some valuable lessons about representing any client facing such an incendiary accusation.

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