In the Westminster area, a woman was just recently arrested and charged with assault after she allegedly assaulted a man. She was officially charged with one count of second-degree assault.
If you or someone you know has recently been involved in an incident like this we can help with your situation. At our office, we are experienced in this area and have helped others in similar situations. With Ross W. Albers being a former Maryland prosecutor he understands what type of research is needed to help with your case.
Maryland Assault Penalties
Assault in Maryland is considered an attempt to touch someone without their consent. First-degree assault is when someone causes serious harm or injury to another person. The maximum sentence for first-degree assault is 25 years in prison. Second-degree assault is less serious, and it is defined as causing someone physical harm. One may face up to 10 years in prison or fines up to $2,500. Lastly, there are several subcategories of assault that are used to defend someone, which includes self-defense.
How can we help?
Understanding all of the legalities in a situation like this is very important, and we are here to help you. We know you have many questions regarding a case like this such as court fines, maximum sentences, and fines. At our office, we can help with any type of case you’re involved in. With a phone call and a free consultation, we can further discuss how we can help.
When seeking out a Baltimore County, MD criminal defense lawyer, consider the Law Offices of Ross W. Albers. Ross W. Albers is an experienced and proven Baltimore criminal defense lawyer who has the ability to get you the best possible outcome for your Maryland DUI case. For more information on The Law Offices of Ross W. Albers, or to schedule a free consultation, give us a call at 443-457-3890 or fill out the form on our website, today!