Aggravated Assault

An aggravated assault is a serious offense. At Goheen & O’Toole, P.L.L.C., you will get an experienced, dedicated Collin County aggravated assault lawyer. These charges begin as second-degree felonies and have ranges of punishment from two years to 20 years in prison and fines up to $10,000.00. Many times, these charges can have special enhancement paragraphs affecting how sentencing is handled as well as the ability and eligibility for parole. Having an experienced aggravated assault lawyer on your side to defend you or a family member can make all the difference.

If you or a loved one is facing an aggravated assault charge, you want an attorney on your side familiar with the law and what the state has to prove to get a conviction. Since three of our attorneys have experience as former prosecutors, we are all too familiar with what goes into convicting — and therefore defending — a person charged with aggravated assault in Texas.

Understanding what enhancement allegations mean for you

In its most basic form, an aggravated assault is an assault enhanced with either a deadly weapon allegation or an allegation of serious bodily injury. As experienced aggravated assault lawyers, our attorneys can help you understand these technicalities and how they will affect your case. Both of these enhancement allegations have very specific definitions, and any Collin County aggravated assault lawyer who represents you should know the law and how it applies to the facts of your case. This is important because it can affect your rights substantially.

Use the contact form below to schedule your free consultation with Goheen & O’Toole, P.L.L.C. and feel relief knowing you have an experienced, dedicated, and passionate Collin County aggravated assault lawyer.