Assault Defense

Assault by Degree

Have you been charged with assault in Spokane? Next question; was it First, Second, Third, or Fourth Degree Assault? Which is which? They range in seriousness from a Gross Misdemeanor to a Class A Felony. Still confused? They also range in punishment from 90 days in jail (or probation) to 10 years in prison and a $50,000 fine. Defense against assault is one of the most complex cases there is. The longer you wait the harder it is to gather evidence and witnesses. But enough of the law lesson, let’s get started saving your life.

Don’t worry. We know the law backwards and forwards and we can answer any question you may have. But our main concern is fighting your charge immediately. Our goal is to get your case dismissed or reduced as quickly as possible. You don’t want to sit on this charge and see if the emotion will die down. It won’t. But memory tends to fade with time. We will probably want to depose your witnesses as soon as we can.

Assault cases often depend on witnesses to help create an accurate picture of what happened. We don’t want to wait and give the prosecution a head start. We want to do everything we can to dismiss your charge or win your case now. We have seen how effective swift action can be in a case; it’s who we are.

You should be concerned about the effect an assault charge or conviction can have on your future. We are. We also know you may be concerned about money. It is your life. This is important. That’s why we offer payment plans to help make it easier. Call now for a free initial consultation and let’s get started on getting your life back.

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