Assault can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances.  These charges usually stem from person to person confrontations in a public place, but can be the result of group squabbles or fights which take place in a private residence.

Whether you are being charged with the misdemeanor or felony form of this crime, having proper legal representation is very important.  A conviction for assault can result in jail time, fines, restitution payments, and probation.  Assault is also what is known as an "accelerated offense," which means that subsequent convictions for assault carry with them stronger penalties. 

In order to ensure that you get the best possible result in your assault case, call us at The Law Office of Brodie Hacken.  We will work with you to determine the best course of action in your case and fight hard to ensure you a good result.  Call us today to speak directly with an attorney regarding your case.