Brown & Rice, PA
2003 Curry Ford Rd
Orlando, FL 32806
The State of Florida defines aggravated assault as an intentional threat of violence by word or action causing fear of harm in another, with the apparently ability to cause such harm, either using a deadly weapon or with the intent to commit a felony crime. Aggravated assault charges are quite serious and may lead to severe penalties such as prison time, probation, or fines. Additionally, as a felony, an aggravated assault conviction will result in the loss of civil rights including the right to carry firearms and the right to vote.
If you are charged with aggravated assault, contact our experienced criminal lawyers in Orlando to discuss your case at a free and confidential consultation. (407) 956-2172
As the penalties can be quite serious for aggravated assault charges, it’s important that you do not talk to the police about your case. Contact a lawyer immediately before waiving your right to remain silent. Anything you say to the police will be used against you.
Aggravated Assault with a Firearm is one of the most serious aggravated assault charges. It carries at least a three year minimum prison sentence if convicted under Florida’s 10-20-Life law. Depending on the type of firearm and how it’s used, the minimum mandatory sentence may be up to twenty-five years in prison. The minimum mandatory sentence for aggravated assault with a firearm must be served day-for-day, which means no time off for good behavior and no eligibility for early release programs. It’s important to consult with an aggravated assault defense attorney as soon as possible to develop your defense strategy.
If you, or a loved one, are charged with Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, contact one of our Orlando criminal lawyers at (407) 956-2172 to discuss your options.
Brown & Rice, P.A., serves clients in the Orlando, Florida, area, including the cities of Kissimmee, Winter Park, Winter Garden, Winter Springs, Longwood, Sanford, Deltona, Davenport, Lake Buena Vista, Deland, Daytona Beach, Mt. Dora, Ocala, Belleview, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Lake Mary, Apopka, Clermont, Maitland, Windermere, Heathrow, Lake Nona and Oviedo, as well as Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, Marion County, Lake County, and Osceola County.