Being charged with aggravated assault can create a lot of anxiety and concern around what your future may look like. If convicted, you could be facing hefty fines and potential jail time depending on the specific details of the charge you are facing. Because of this, it is important to have your case evaluated by an experienced criminal defense attorney.
If you have been charged with aggravated assault, it is important that you consult with a criminal defense attorney. When working with our law firm, you will have an experienced attorney who will provide an aggressive representation so that you can have the best chance to get your case resolved. We offer free consultations to help you determine what your next steps need to be.
Assault penalties can vary based on prior convictions. If you are convicted of a Aggravated Assault or Assault with a Deadly Weapon, these are the penalties you can expect:
In Arizona, this form of assault can be classified as Battery. Either of these charges can be charged anywhere from a Class 2 to a Class 5 felony. If you end up being convicted of Aggravated Assault / Battery as a dangerous offense, you will go to prison. Aggravated assault is charged when a person commits an assault that can be described as one of the below:
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Our firm primarily serves the areas of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Glendale and other areas around Arizona. If you are in need of an experienced criminal defense attorney in Maricopa County, please contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation.
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