Visit with a Salt Lake City Aggravated Assault Attorney
When an assault involves serious physical injury call a Salt Lake City aggravated assault attorney at Salcido Law Firm. Aggravated assault requires an intent to cause serious bodily injury to another or using a
dangerous weapon in the commission of the assault.
If the prosecution can show that you intentionally intended to cause the victim serious bodily harm you will be facing second degree felony charges.
Using a Weapon During the Commission of an Assault
If you used a weapon in an assault, regardless of whether the victim was actually injured, you will be on the hook for felony charges. With violent crimes such as aggravated assault the prosecutor’s don’t mess around, and neither should you. Our experienced criminal defense lawyers have the trial experience necessary to protect you.
To contact a Salt Lake City aggravated assault attorney call Salcido Law Firm at 801.413.1753 or email us as soon as you can. We provide defense services across the Wasatch Front. There is no reason to risk your liberty for failure to pick up the phone or click a few keystrokes on your computer.
We Provide Free Consultations
Monday through Saturday you can call us or email us and we will give you a free consultation. Let our Utah criminal defense attorneys discuss the facts of your case and give you a good idea of what you can expect from the prosecutor.
Fighting the State is What We Do
We love to fight the state. It’s what we live for. That means that we will not plea as quickly as possible just so that we can move on to the next case. We will take your case all the way if necessary and make sure that the state proves beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty. Contact a Salt Lake City aggravated assault attorney today.
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