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.

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Were you or a loved one arrested for assault in the second degree?  Contact experienced Buffalo Criminal Attorney Arthur Pressman to represent you.

This informational video was brought to you by Arthur Pressman, an experienced Buffalo Criminal Attorney.