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New Brunswick Assault Attorney
There are probably hundreds of assault related criminal offenses that are processed in New Brunswick each year. Whether the result of a simple assault complaint following a domestic violence call, an aggravated assault resulting from a fight at a bar or fraternity or some other scenario, assaults are much more common in New Brunswick than many other locations in the county. If you were charged with assault in New Brunswick, hiring a qualified defense attorney is probably your best recourse for protecting yourself. The prosecutor handling the assault case in New Brunswick Municipal Court or at the Middlesex County Superior Court is interested in securing a conviction and you will require a skilled lawyer if you want the best opportunity to avoid this outcome. The attorneys at the Marshall Law Firm have these credentials with a team of eight litigators, including several former prosecutors from Middlesex County and elsewhere, that possess over 100 years of combined experience. We certainly have the goods to defend your assault charge and one of our defense lawyers is available 24/7 for free consultations by contacting our New Brunswick Office at 732–246–7126.
Assault Charges in the City of New Brunswick
There are many grades and types of assault charges that an individual can face in the City of New Brunswick. The greatest probability is that you have been charged with simple assault in New Brunswick since the largest percentage of cases involve this pedigree. Another large block of charges involve individuals arrested for a crime of the second degree, third degree and fourth degree for aggravated assault. The heading below provide a brief summary of each of these categories of assault. You are encouraged to contact our office to discuss more detailed questions and concerns with a New Brunswick Assault Attorney at our firm.
- New Brunswick Simple Assault. Simple assault is one of the more frequently encountered disorderly persons offenses in New Brunswick Municipal Court. While this is a misdemeanor offense, a conviction results in a record for assault and exposes you to a fine of up to $1,000 and the possibility of probation or even up to 6 months in the county jail. You may be convicted of this type of assault if you: (1) attempted to cause or intentionally or recklessly caused bodily injury to another person; (2) negligently injury someone with a deadly weapon; or (3) engaged in menacing activity to put someone in fear of serious injury.
- New Brunswick Aggravated Assault. Aggravated assault is a felony indictable crime of the second, third or fourth degree depending on the circumstances of the assault. A case involve this pedigree of assault offense cannot be heard in municipal court and falls within the jurisdiction of the Superior Court in New Brunswick. For more information on this subject, refer to New Brunswick Aggravated Assault Charges.
New Brunswick Assault Defense Lawyer
Whether you are a college student who got involved in a physical altercation, a medical resident who got into a fight with your boyfriend/girlfriend, a professional who had a freak encounter or are facing a New Brunswick assault offense under any other circumstance, hiring a knowledgeable defense lawyer is a must in our view. Failure to successfully defend your charge certainly has the potential for resulting in serious penalties, not to mention the record that will follow you for years. All of this is probably avoidable given that our attorneys are able to escape a conviction for assault under N.J.S.A. 2C:12-1 in most cases. You deserve the attention of a skilled lawyer from the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall. Call 732–246–7126 now to speak to one of our lawyers immediately.