Assault & Aggravated Assault in New Jersey
Defense with More Than 40 Years of Experience in Criminal Law
Whether the setting was a household domestic dispute or a bar fight, the assault charges you face may well be the result of a situation that escalated too quickly. This could be your first arrest, and you might be feeling scared and anxious about the future. Will these charges hurt your reputation? Is there a possibility that you could lose your job? Let us help you protect the things that matter most to you. Call Clark & Clark, L.L.C. today to talk to a New Jersey criminal defense attorney about your case and the defense options you have.
What is aggravated assault?
An assault charge can be aggravated by certain factors, including - although not limited to - the following:
- The victim of the alleged assault was a police officer or a security guard
- The victim of the alleged assault was a public official such as a judge or a teacher
- The victim of the alleged assault was a member of your family
- A deadly weapon was used in the alleged assault
- The victim was threatened with a gun in the alleged assault
- The alleged assault occurred in conjunction with eluding a police officer or resisting an arrest
- The victim incurred severe physical damage because of the alleged assault
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Although the penalties you could face for an aggravated assault are significantly more severe than those of a simple assault, both charges are very serious and can have a huge impact on your life, your reputation, and your freedom. This is why you should contact a New Jersey assault defense lawyer from Clark & Clark, L.L.C. as soon as possible. Our support staff, which includes our bilingual office manager, is prepared to assist you. Schedule your free case evaluation and learn how we are ready to defend you.