Buffalo Criminal Attorney Explains Assault in the Second Degree
As a dedicated Buffalo Criminal Attorney, I often defend clients who have been charged with assault in the second degree.
- Assault in the second degree is a Class D felony punishable by up to seven years in a state prison.
- Someone charged with assault in the second degree has committed misdemeanor assault, but their charge has been aggravated to a felony because a weapon was used.
Were you or a loved one arrested for assault in the second degree? Contact experienced Buffalo Criminal Attorney Arthur Pressman to represent you.