If you are a pro se litigant, you can obtain self-help legal resources available through the Office of Court Administration's website at: http://txcourts.gov/programs-services/self-help/ or through the Texas State Law Library's website.
Assaults: If you are convicted of “assault” by threatening another with imminent bodily injury, or “assault” by causing offensive or provocative physical contact with another, and the person assaulted is a member of your family or household, or against an individual with whom you have or had a dating relationship, you are notified that it is unlawful for you to possess or transfer firearms or ammunition.
Offenses Involving Violence: If you are convicted of a misdemeanor offense involving violence where you are or where a spouse, intimate partner, parent, or guardian of the victim are or were involved in another, similar relationship with the victim, it may be unlawful for you to possess or purchase a firearm, including a handgun or long gun, or ammunition, pursuant to federal law under 18 U.S.C. Section 922(g) (9) or Section 46.049(b), Texas Penal Code. If you have any questions whether these laws make it illegal for you to possess or purchase a firearm, you should consult an attorney.