What is considered Assualt in Arizona?
Assault or Domestic Violence Assault occurs when someone knowingly or recklessly causes physical injury to another person; or knowingly touches another person with the intent to injure, insult or provoke; or intentionally places another person in reasonable apprehension of iminent physical injury. Loosely, if an assault occurs between family members or people who have (or had) a romantic or dating relationship, it is considered Domestic Violence.
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The range of punishment a defendant faces varies widely and the criminal law attorneys at Gallagher & Kennedy can bring invaluable insight and experience to your case, working diligently to ensure that we can achieve the best outcome for your situation. Our attorneys will provide an aggressive defense strategy tailored to your individual needs with discreet and professional representation.
If you have been charged with Assault, including Domestic Violence, in Arizona, you may be facing severe penalties if convicted. To discuss your legal options with an experienced Arizona criminal defense lawyer, contact the attorneys of Gallagher & Kennedy, by calling (602) 510-9999 today.
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