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Regardless of degree, an assault charge can have a very serious impact on your present as well as your future. An assault charge, sometimes referred to as attempted battery is defined as an individual intentionally acting in a threatening, aggressive manner that instills fear in another individual. This also includes attempting to physically harm another.

This includes situations such as: stalking, domestic violence, aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon, assault against school employees or assault against an office of the law.

An assault charge can be tried and convicted as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the severity of the situation and the charges pressed by the alleged victim.

An assault conviction, appearing on your permanent record can make it difficult to find future employment or even invalidate certain privileges. This is especially true for cases involving felony battery or domestic violence.

Pawelek Law, PLLC has years of experience in defending people charged with assault. We will review the facts of the case including witness testimonies to generate the strongest possible defense in the courtroom. Even if the case you are guilty, we can work to have felony charges reduced to misdemeanors, or possibly dismissed altogether.

If you have been convicted of assault, you need an experienced legal defense. Please call Pawelek Law office in Provo, Utah at 801-722-8918, to get started on your defense.