Defense for Felony Assault Charges in Phoenix, Arizona
Charges of assault, aggravated assault and assault with a deadly weapon all carry serious potential consequences. Incidences of assault and aggravated assault can stem from bar fights to domestic disputes. In many cases, alcohol may have played a part. When weapons are involved, possible penalties range from probation and fines to lengthy prison sentences.
The attorneys at The Baker Law Firm provide an experienced criminal defense for charges of aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon, or other assault charges. We work to make sure that our clients receive a fair opportunity to prove their innocence in a court of law. Our lawyers have the skill and background necessary to build an effective defense against your charges.
Contact The Baker Law Firm, LLC to learn more information about your options and how we can help you if you have been charged with a violent crime in Arizona. Call our office at 602-842-0359 for an initial consultation.
Assault and Battery Attorneys
When many people think of assault, they think of an act of violence that is committed against another individual.
While this certainly is an act of assault, any action directed at another person with the intent to harm can be considered a crime as well. A threat could be classified as assault, and if the person is brandishing a weapon while making the threat, it can be treated as aggravated assault or assault with a deadly weapon.
Charges of assault can frequently stem from domestic disputes, when spouses may throw items at one another or threaten each other with harm. If a knife or other weapon is involved, charges of aggravated assault may be brought against one or both of the spouses. In any case, if you are facing an assault charge, you need to understand your options.
Fight Serious Criminal Charges with an Experienced Lawyer
If you have been charged with any level of assault, including aggravated assault, contact The Baker Law Firm, LLC to talk with an attorney who has the experience and skills to protect your rights. Schedule an initial consultation by calling our Phoenix office at 602-842-0359 and making an appointment.