First Degree Assault
If you’ve been accused of a first-degree assault, you will probably be facing some very serious charges.
It’s essential that you call an experienced criminal attorney before you do anything else. Do not speak to police officers about your case before you call a lawyer.
The Anzalone Law Firm will always have your best interests as a priority. We also have a legal team that is experienced in fighting for the rights of anyone who is facing an assault charges.
There are many kinds of assault, but a first-degree assault charge is quite serious and you should take the necessary steps to protect yourself if you have been arrested.
You may wonder about the charge. New Hampshire state statutes spell it out and Michael Anzelone encourages you to learn as much as possible about the charge you are facing. You can click on this link to learn more about a first-degree assault charge in New Hampshire:
As you can see, someone can be charged with first-degree assault if he or she purposely caused serious bodily injury to someone else or purposely or knowingly caused injury to someone by using a deadly weapon. If you use a firearm, the charges can be even more severe. And assault charge can also stem from injuries that case a stillbirth or miscarriage or to someone who is under the age of 13.
This is a wide-ranging statute. There are several kinds of assault charges, including second-degree assault and simple assault. If you don’t understand the difference, our team can explain it to you.
Assault can happen among friends or family members, especially if a heated argument is going on. Before you know it, you may have punched or kicked someone causing serious injury to them.
If they call the police, you can be charged with assault. Depending on the circumstances, the charge you could face is a first-degree assault charge, which is more serious than a simple assault charge.
The best thing you can do is keep your cool. But if tempers flare, for whatever reason, and you end up getting arrested on an assault charge, you need to immediately call an attorney.
It’s very important that you don’t speak to any kind of law enforcement officer before you talk to an attorney. This is your right.
At the Anzalone Law Firm, we go to great lengths to make sure your rights are protected. It may seem embarrassing to you to talk about the charges you are facing. But don’t worry. We are here for you and our legal team will be by your side until we get the best possible outcome for you.
We understand that this is a stressful time for you and your family. But rest assured that we will be here for you.
Before you talk to anyone else, pick up the phone and call The Anzalone Law Firm in Nashua, New Hampshire, at 603-548-3797, or fill out our online form. We are here for you 24/7. Please call today.