Delaware Assault Lawyers
Assault is a physical attack on someone with the intent to cause harm or physical injury. A Delaware assault charge is very serious as it is a crime of violence. A violent crime conviction on your criminal record can very well prevent you from engaging in certain life activities such as getting and keeping a job.
If you have been arrested and charged with assault in Delaware, you need legal representation by an experienced Delaware Defense Attorney.
Are you located in the State of Delaware? Perhaps you are seeking a misdemeanor lawyer in Bethany, Milford or Camden areas or a misdemeanor lawyer covering the State of Delaware.
On the other hand, you may be a victim of assault or abuse. You may need a defense lawyer for protection from abuse Delaware area. If you are seeking protection from abuse Fenwick Island region or contemplating legal protection from abuse Millsboro area, then the Attorneys at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay are the trusted lawyers to handle your case.
Contact a Delaware Defense Lawyer to discuss your case and how to protect your rights. Call 302-697-2499 for Kent and New Castle County. Call 302-855-9300 for Sussex County. You can also email Delaware Defense Attorneys. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay will serve as trusted advisors, offering you competent legal counsel, while offering you realistic expectations regarding what the final outcome will be.
Types Of Assault In Delaware
There are many different types of charges you can face that fall under the umbrella of assault. The attorneys at Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay are experienced with handling defense for all types of assault charges in Delaware including:
- Child abuse
Any type of assault charge requires the aid of a Delaware attorney. Our attorneys do everything necessary to build a strategic defense to protect your rights.
Delaware Assault Penalties If Convicted
Assault charges in Delaware can be deemed misdemeanors or felonies. Often times, prosecutors bundle charges with secondary charges such as disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and offensive touching. Whether or not your charges are treated as misdemeanors or felonies depends on the severity of the physical harm, how the harm perpetrated and your prior criminal record. Regardless, you may ultimately be looking at fines, possible probation, possible jail or prison time and possibly community service.
Contact A Delaware Lawyer For A Free Case Analysis
Do not hesitate to call Delaware Defense Attorneys Ronald D. Phillips, Jr. and Julianne E. Murray at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay to discuss your case. Our Attorneys will be by your side every step of this very trying ordeal. The office can be contacted at 302-855-9300 or 302-697-2499. You can also email a Delaware Defense Attorney.
The Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay Attorneys have many years experience defending non-Delaware residents who have been charged with assault, battery, drunk driving, drugged driving, serious traffic violations and drug crimes in Delaware.