Felonious assault, better known as assault with a deadly weapon, is a serious felony assault charge. Not to be confused with felony assault in general, which can encompass a number of different offenses including assault with intent to commit great bodily harm or murder, felonious assault is an exceptionally serious charge, requiring representation from a premier defense lawyer. Grabel & Associates is committed to protecting those who have been wrongly accused of felonious assault and other serious offenses statewide, and we are ready right now to start working with you or your loved one. Contact our team now for a free initial case consultation and learn more about our proven approach to assault and violent crimes defense. We are available 24/7 to start helping you in your fight for justice.
With the Grabel & Associates team working with you, you will know exactly what you need to say and do to protect yourself against felonious assault conviction in Southfield. Founding attorney Scott Grabel has been working with clients in tough cases like yours for over a decade, and our proven results show how effective our team can be in Southfield felony cases. As soon as you are investigated for assault with a deadly weapon, arrested for felony assault, or charged with felonious assault, get in touch with a lawyer who can advise you on what steps you need to take next to protect yourself and defend your freedom. The Grabel & Associates team is committed to helping clients protect against excessive penalties and wrongful conviction, and no matter what the specific details of your case, we are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to guide you to a beneficial case result.
Felonious assault occurs when one person assaults another with a dangerous weapon, without intent to inflict great bodily harm or commit the crime of murder. In many felonious assault cases, the prosecution will pursue assault with intent charges first, but may settle for felonious assault once realizing they don’t have sufficient evidence.
Assault doesn’t just mean a person using physical force against another, though that may be the case. Assault can include putting a person in fear or making threats. Additionally, assault with a dangerous weapon includes more than just the obvious weapons like guns and knives. A person can be convicted of felonious assault if they commit an assault with any of the following:
The penalties for felonious assault offenses in Southfield are severe, and anyone facing potential conviction should work with a qualified attorney as soon as possible. Grabel & Associates is committed to always being available because we know that you may need legal protection right now, and every day wasted could give police and prosecutors an edge. Call our 24/7 hotline right away and let or team walk you through what you need to do now and as you progress through your defense.
If convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon, a sentence of up to 4 years in prison and a $2,000 fine can result. If the offense occurs in a school-zone, which by legislation is to be weapon free, the following penalties can result:
Whether you are accused of felonious assault, assault with intent, assault with a dangerous weapon in a school zone, or any other misdemeanor or felony assault offense, call or contact us online right away and let us begin working with you or your loved one as you fight back against criminal conviction.
In both misdemeanor and felony cases, it takes a lot of skill, time, and effort to reach a beneficial outcome. Our lawyers are prepared to put in the time it takes to get you a great case result, and have the experience in real Southfield assault and violent crimes cases that it takes to know how to beat felonious assault charges. Don’t wait to get in touch with our team, as we are ready right now to start protecting you, whether you are under investigation or already facing criminal charges.
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