Aggravated Assault
If you’ve been charged with an aggravated assault in Tarrant County, the stakes are high and it’s essential to Choosing a defense attorney with a proven track record in handling serious matters like an aggravated assault charges is essential because of the risk . Gill & Brissette brings extensive experience in all facets of criminal law to your case. They know firsthand what resources are lining up against you and can help you make sure your side of the story is told.


In Texas, aggravated assault is a second degree felony when a citizen commits an assault and either seriously injures another person or displays a deadly weapon during the commission of the assault. A conviction on a second-degree felony can carry a penalty of up to 20 years in jail and fines of up to $10,000.

Potential punishment could become potentially higher if your case falls into one of the circumstances that make an aggravated assault a first degree felony. Some of those additional conditions include: if the aggravated assault is committed against a family member, boyfriend, girlfriend, or public servant. First degree felonies have a maximum punishment of 99 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines.

 


We welcome the opportunity to put our team to work for you by thoroughly investigating the allegations against you and determining the best way to defend your case. With the possibility of life in prison, be sure to put your litigation needs for any and all aggravated assault cases in the experienced hands of the Law Office of Gill & Brissette. Contact us today to set up a meeting with our team.













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