Buffalo Criminal Lawyer on Menacing in the Second Degree

As an experienced Buffalo Criminal Lawyer, I often represent clients who have been charged with Menacing in the Second Degree.

  • Menacing in the second degree is a Class A misdemeanor.
  • Displaying – or attempting to display – a weapon and causing fear in another person is considered menacing.
  • Menacing is punishable by up to one year in jail, so you should seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.

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Were you or a loved one arrested with menacing in the second degree? Contact Arthur Pressman for dedicated representation.

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