There are many types of Assault charges under NJ Law
Assault is a term that is used to describe many types of conduct and can range from a petty disorderly persons offense to an indictable offense or felony. Often charges of assault are filed between family members and/or people in relationships and in those instances the charge is considered Domestic Violence and carries additional implications. If you have been charged with assault, you need to call the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. at (732) 709-7757 to discuss your case.
If you cause, or attempt to cause, an injury to another person, you can be charged with assault in New Jersey. The charge of assault in New Jersey covers a variety of actions and behaviors and, depending on the level of injury caused, the relationship of the parties involved and can be classified as either a disorder lay persons or petty disorderly persons offense in the case of simple assault or an indictable criminal offense in the case of aggravated assault.
Some of the Assault Charges Under NJ Law Include:
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Effectively defending an assault charge in New Jersey requires knowing the facts of a given case and having a knack for presenting facts favorable to our clients If you are facing an assault charge, call the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. at (732) 709-7757 for a free initial consultation about your case. Partner, Carmine R. Villani, Esquire, leads our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys. For more than 30 years, Mr. Villani has been representing individuals for all types of criminal charges including assault. Our attorneys take pride in providing each client personal attention and the most effective representation.