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What Makes a Crime "Aggravated"? - Aggravated Assault Lawyer Mesa, AZ


Have you been charged with Aggravated Assault in Arizona? Assault charges can be intimidating and serious – the consequences can have long-lasting affects and it is important that you protect yourself and your rights. The first move to make when faced with assault charges in Arizona is to contact Aggravated Assault Lawyer Charlie Naegle. Charlie Naegle offers free consultations and will guide you through the best options and strategies available for your protection.

Aggravated assault is a more serious crime and can warrant much more serious penalties that a regular assault charge. Many people accused of aggravated assault are unclear on the details of their charges, their rights and how the criminal law process works. With your freedom in jeopardy and threats of prison time and other penalties, you’ll want an experienced and aggressive Aggravated Assault Lawyer on your side.

Some circumstances that qualify an assault as “aggravated” include the following:

  • Use of a dangerous instrument such as knives, bats, sticks, bottles, vehicles or anything that can or may be used against the victim that may cause serious injury.
  • Use of a deadly weapon such as a handgun, rifle or even a pellet/BB gun.
  • Imposing serious bodily injury such as broken bones or other injuries.

Depending on the specifics of your aggravated assault case, you could be facing a Class 3 felony and could be sentenced to years in prison. These are serious consequences and you need a strong defender to protect you from these kinds of penalties.

Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys has had significant success in charges dismissed, not filed at all, or gaining a significant reduction of the charges. Charlie Naegle is thorough in his investigation and aggressive with a strong defense strategy.

Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys will help you ensure your rights are not violated and will fight for the best possible outcome in your case.

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