Brown & Rice, PA
2003 Curry Ford Rd
Orlando, FL 32806
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon is one of the most common aggravated assault charges in Florida. Ordinarily it is a 3rd degree felony with a possible sentence of up to 5 years in prison and/or probation. In some circumstances the charge may be upgraded to a 2nd degree felony based on whether the alleged victim was a law enforcement officer, security officer, firefighter, or member of another protected profession. See our Aggravated Assault Penalties page for more information about upgraded aggravated assault charges.
Our attorneys are waiting to help you with your aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charges. Call us for a free consultation at (407) 956-2172.
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon is a simple assault - a threat to do violence coupled with the apparent ability to carry out the threat, which causes fear in the alleged victim - with the use of any object in a manner that may cause death or serious bodily injury.
Having an experienced Orlando criminal lawyer on your side is important for your aggravated assault charges. Our attorneys will review the State's evidence and prepare a defense strategy tailored to your case. There are many possible defenses to aggravated assault charges that may apply to your case depending on the facts and circumstances surrounding your arrest. We will investigate your case, file appropriate motions, and take your case all the way to trial if necessary to defend you.
If you are facing aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charges, talk to one of our Orlando criminal lawyers at (407) 956-2172 to discuss your case.
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.