Brooklyn Assault Attorney
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If you have been charged with the crime of assault or any other violent crime, you could be staring down years, even decades in prison. The most intense charges require the most tenacious and experienced defense.
Charged with assault in New York?
Our Brooklyn assault lawyer can defend against charges such as:
- Aggravated assault
- Gang assault
- Criminal use of a firearm
- Hate crimes
- Domestic Violence
If you are looking for a professional lawyer with the ability to fight for you in even the toughest case, you have come to the right defense firm. Don't hesitate to review your possible defense strategies. You can find the dedicated, gritty, and proven defense you deserve at the Law Offices of Lowell J. Sidney.
You have no time to waste. Ask for your free case evaluation today!
Defense for Assault & Other Violent Crimes in Brooklyn
The reality is, you don't even have to actually inflict physical harm to be charged with a violent crime. Assault and battery charges are leveled against someone accused of threatening to or attempting to attack or injure another person. A misperception or misunderstood phrase could land you with an arrest for assault and battery. You could face anything from a Class A misdemeanor to a Class B felony charge, serious accusations that demand the advocacy of a skilled assault defense attorney.
In fact, many violent crimes are charged as Class A felonies, the highest type of felony is there is. You could face a lifelong prison sentence without the possibility of parole. But even if you are charged with a Class D felony, such as second-degree assault, you could still face seven years in prison on top of other penalties. There is no such thing as a minor violent crime charge.
Contact a Brooklyn assault lawyer today!
The good news is that if you have been charged with assault, battery, or any other violent crime, there are numerous defense strategies that could see your charges reduced or dismissed. For example, if the person you are accused of assaulting agreed to a fight so that they were not forced to violence, you may not be held responsible for the fight. Self-defense, mistaken identity, and other defenses could see your name cleared as well. Find out what defenses could apply to your case. Discuss your rights and options with a passionate criminal defense lawyer in Brooklyn.