Few criminal defense firms in Northern Kentucky offer the experience and knowledge that the Attorneys at The Brunk Law Firm, PLLC can provide. The Northern Kentucky Attorneys at The Brunk Law Firm, PLLC are highly-skilled criminal defense attorneys who have an extensive understanding of assault law and a successful track record of defending people from assault charges. We understand the stakes you are facing and are equipped to help you achieve a successful result. We defend clients against a wide range of assault charges, including:
Assault in the Fourth Degree | Misdemeanor Assault
Assault in the fourth degree is a class A misdemeanor in Kentucky. Fourth degree assault is a misdemeanor and does not involve a deadly weapon or serious physical injury to the victim. This can range from a slap to fairly serious injuries. As such, the sentence can vary greatly based on a number of factors. An Assault in the 4th degree is punishable by up to 12 months in prison and may include restitution, anger management or other factors if the defendant is granted probation. If you are charged with Assault in the Fourth Degree in Northern Kentucky it is important to speak with an attorney before making any statements or appearing in court.
Assault in the Third Degree | Assaulting a Police Officer
The Northern Kentucky Attorneys at The Brunk Law Firm, PLLC understand that being charged with assaulting a police officer can be a scary situation for anyone. All of your questions and concerns about your case will be attended to by our experienced Assault Attorneys team in a prompt and professional fashion. Our criminal defense attorney team has years of experience and the members of our team have spent decades working on assault defense cases throughout Northern Kentucky. This in-depth experience of police procedure and understanding of the inner-workings of the local police departments is crucial to provide an aggressive defense against such a charge.
Assault in the Second Degree
Assault in the Second Degree is when a person intentionally causes serious physical injury to another person or injures a person with a deadly weapon or a dangerous instrument. This type of crime is a Class C felony that can have a sentence ranging from 5 to 10 years in prison. If you are charged with Assault in the Second Degree in Northern Kentucky it is important to speak with an attorney before making any statements or appearing in court.
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The most serious type of assault charge in Northern Kentucky is Assault in the First Degree. Assault in the First Degree is charged when there in an Assault allegation involving serious physical injury to another human being with a deadly weapon or a dangerous instrument. An individual might also be charged with assault in the first degree if they engage in behavior that creates a risk of death to another person and injures that person. Assault in the first degree is a Class B felony and carries a minimum penalty of 20 years in prison with a maximum of 50 years or life in prison. This is an incredibly serious offense that can result in the individual spending the rest of their natural life behind bars. If you are charged with Assault in the First Degree in Northern Kentucky it is important to speak with an attorney before making any statements or appearing in court.
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