Defense Lawyers for Assault
Criminal Attorneys | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.
Degrees of Assault
Guidelines regarding penalties include:
- Conviction for even the least serious - third degree misdemeanor assault - carries maximum penalties of 1 year jail time or hard labor for the county, and fines up to $6,000, or possibly more if the assault defendant received monetary gain connected with the crime.
- For first degree felony assault, maximum penalties are 20 years in prison and a $30,000 fine.
- Penalties for Assault Crimes can be even more severe for a second felony conviction, or assault with a deadly weapon. If you have been charged with assault, you are in serious need of a solid criminal defense, and need a criminal defense lawyer to defend your charges.
Penalties for assault charges in Alabama and Tennessee can be even more severe for a second felony conviction, or assault with a deadly weapon. If you have been charged with assault, you are in serious need of a solid criminal defense. Contact a trusted defense attorney from our team today to schedule a free consultation - complete a case evaluation form to get started.
What evidence is used in an assault case?
In assault cases, the arresting officer is typically not present on the scene at the time that the assault related incident occurred. The officer relies on the testimony of the alleged victim, witnesses, and the information provided in the incident report. This information might not be entirely accurate. The altercation (when assault charges occurred) may have been a matter of self-defense. The account of the incident could be distorted and one-sided, as sometimes occurs in heated situations that lead to an assault charge. It is imperative that you retain a criminal defense attorney that can help protect your best interests.
Advantages of Working with Our Criminal Defense Team
Assault cases can be serious - it's important to have a trusted criminal lawyer by your side. At our firm - we have decades of combined experience defending criminal and DUI cases in Huntsville, Athens, Decatur, Madison, Fayetteville, Pulaski and surrounding areas of North Alabama and Southern Tennessee. Our high-standard of ethics has not gone unnoticed - through the years, we've earned a Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent® Rating, Avvo 10+ Superb Rating, an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau, among others. We are a team of seasoned attorneys with a passion for protecting the rights and best-interests of our clients.
We also assist individuals who wish to clear their past convictions through the Alabama and Tennessee expungement process, so that they can live their lives free from the stigma of a criminal conviction on their record. No matter how straight-forward or complex your case may seem, you can be sure that we will do everything we can to help you reach the most favorable outcome possible, such as a charge reduction or case dismissal.
Know What to Do if You're Arrested
If you're accused of a crime - you may not know what to do. Learn which steps you can take to protect your case after an arrest.
Speak with a Defense Lawyer Today
At Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. we have decades of combined experience helping clients who face charges for assault, domestic violence, and other violent crimes across Huntsville, Madison, Athens, Florence, Scottsboro, Guntersville, Fayetteville, and surrounding North Alabama and Southern Tennessee areas. Our dedicated defense attorneys can give your case the meticulous attention to detail that it deserves. We have the knowledge and experience to thoroughly review and aggressively challenge the evidence that will be presented by the prosecutor in an effort to convict. Contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer from our team to schedule a free consultation by calling (256) 539-4464 or submitting a case evaluation form.