Brown & Rice, PA
2003 Curry Ford Rd
Orlando, FL 32806
Aggravated Assault with Intent to Commit a Felony is a simple assault with the added allegation that the accused committed the assault with the intent to commit another felony such as a robbery, carjacking, murder, or any other felony offense.
Aggravated Assault with Intent to Commit a Felony is a third degree felony, which means that the potential sentence is up to five years in prison and/or probation and a fine of up to $5,000.00. If the assault was committed against certain individuals such as law enforcement officers, corrections officers, EMTs, teachers, elected officials, or any other enumerated professional, then it is upgraded to a second degree felony punishable by up to fifteen years of prison and/or probation and a $10,000.00 fine.
Aggravated Assault Penalties are serious. Call us for a free consultation at (407) 956-2172.
Our Orlando Criminal Defense Lawyers are former prosecutors with knowledge and experience dealing with Florida's aggravated assault laws. Our priority is to keep you our of prison and defend your rights in court. There are many defense options for Florida aggravated assault cases. We will gladly discuss your aggravated assault defenses at an office consultation.
Depending on the facts of your case, the quality of the State's evidence, and several other factors, we may be able to plea bargain for reduced charges or sentence, have your case dismissed, or take your case to trial to defend your rights.
If you are facing charges of aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, talk to one of our Orlando criminal defense attorneys at (407) 956-2172 to discuss your case.
Brown & Rice, P.A., serves clients in the Orlando, Florida, area, including the cities of Kissimmee, Winter Park, Winter Garden, Winter Springs, Longwood, Sanford, Deltona, Davenport, Lake Buena Vista, Deland, Daytona Beach, Mt. Dora, Ocala, Belleview, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Lake Mary, Apopka, Clermont, Maitland, Windermere, Heathrow, Lake Nona and Oviedo, as well as Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, Marion County, Lake County, and Osceola County.