Arrested for Aggravated Assault in Ft. Worth?
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The state criminal justice system imposes harsh sentences for individuals convicted of aggravated assault, including fines and lengthy prison terms. If you have been arrested for or charged with aggravated assault, your freedom hangs in the balance. The best thing you can do to protect yourself and your future freedom is to retain a knowledgeable Fort Worth criminal attorney from my firm, The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, P.C.
As our client, you can expect the following:
- Representation from a legal professional recognized by Super Lawyers, Avvo, and The College of the State Bar of Texas
- Free case evaluations
- Direct one-on-one attention
- Prompt response to all calls and emails
I have worked with many individuals facing situations similar to yours, and I understand how to negotiate reduced sentences or the complete dismissal of charges, as well as present well-crafted arguments at trial to seek an acquittal. I believe every individual is entitled to the best criminal defense possible and will personally handle your case to provide you with just that!
Don't face these charges alone. Contact my firm for the skilled representation you deserve.
Penalties You Will Face if Convicted
The elements of an aggravated assault case generally involve either an individual intentionally causing bodily harm to another person or an individual threatening that person with bodily harm. In addition, the defendant must have either used a deadly weapon or inflicted injuries. This crime is filed either as a first or second degree felony. Any felony charge is serious; if convicted, your life will never be the same.
At trial, the court may take into account the relationship of the defendant to the victim and whether the victim is a public servant or security officer, as well as the age of the alleged victim. Second degree felonies can result in anywhere from 2 to 20 years of prison time and a potential fine of up to $10,000, while first degree felonies can carry 5 to 99 years in prison and a potential fine of up to $10,000.
Turn to an Experienced Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney
When you are facing felony criminal charges, you need a heavyweight in your corner. When you choose to work with my firm, you can be completely confident that I will work tirelessly toward a positive resolution, and will fight for any possible advantage for you. I won't pass you off to an inexperienced paralegal.
Rather, I handle all of my cases personally. Regardless of the level of the charges you are facing, I will be working with you personally, and my focus is on you and your defense. Schedule a free case evaluation to learn more about how I can make a difference for you.