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Austin Aggravated Assault Attorney

You may be charged with aggravated assault if there is evidence that you have committed assault or have attempted assault that threatens someone's life. Typically, the use of a gun or other deadly weapon in such an incident may warrant the elevation of the charges as it considerably heightens the threat of permanent bodily or emotional harm to the victim.

Accusations of such a serious crime would alone be enough to disrupt your life, but a conviction would have inescapable and permanent consequences. Austin aggravated assault attorney Ian Inglis has the skills and experience necessary that may help you to build a case that can plant the seeds of reasonable doubt in the mind of the jury. Contact him today at (512) 472-1950.

Consequences of Conviction

Due to the dangerous nature of aggravated assault, the criminal justice system casts a harsh light on those who are convicted. The penalties if you are unable to mount a successful defense may include:

  • Incarceration for a period of several years
  • Substantial fines
  • Loss of property
  • Loss of basic rights
  • Irreparable harm to your reputation

It is important to hire a criminal defense attorney before it is too late. Immediate action is necessary. If you have been wrongly charged, an attorney will greatly increase your chances of proving your innocence.

Contact Us

If you have been arrested and charged with aggravated assault, there is simply no time to waste, and a public defender may be overcommitted to a heavy caseload. Your freedom is too important to risk needless chances. Contact Austin aggravated assault attorney Ian Inglis at (512) 472-1950 to discuss your rights with a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney who is passionately committed to protecting the legal rights of his clients.


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