NEW JERSEY ASSAULT LAWYER: SKILLFULLY AND AGGRESSIVELY FIGHTING TO PROTECT YOUR FREEDOM AND REPUTATION
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT IN NJ? WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU:
Have you or a loved one in Monmouth County been arrested and charged with simple or aggravated assault in New Jersey? Award winning New Jersey criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Black, Jr. understands know how difficult and stressful this time can be. Depending on the specific charges along with the exact nature of the facts surrounding your alleged involvement in the incident, to an extent your freedom and reputation are being jeopardized.
In New Jersey, “Assault,” now encompasses the area that in prior law was known as assault, battery, atrocious assault and battery, and mayhem as well as various assault with weapons charges. In Monmouth County, assault can be charged as either a simple assault or an aggravated assault. The different levels of assault depend on several factors, including the seriousness of a victim’s injury, whether the defendant used a weapon or object to cause an injury. Defending a simple or aggravated assault charge in Monmouth County requires an aggressive and fact specific analysis. The potential consequences vary greatly and are largely dependent on this analysis.
Simple assault is a disorderly persons offense. Aggravated assault is a crime of either the second, third, or fourth degree. This grading of assault and aggravated assault reflects four factors: (1) the degree of injury inflicted or attempted to be inflicted on the victim; (2) the nature of the force, i.e., whether a firearm or other deadly weapon was used; (3) the mental state of the actor; and (4) the status of the victim.
Depending on your criminal history along with the exact nature of the charge, a simple or aggravated assault conviction can result in anything from probation to years of mandatory minimum incarceration with no early release eligibility.
CHARGED WITH SIMPLE OR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT IN MONMOUTH COUNTY? HOW ATTORNEY ROBERT F. BLACK, JR. PLANS TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE THE BEST POSSIBLE OUTCOME:
Once retained, Robert F. Black, Jr. will gather your account of the events leading to your arrest and explain to you the exact nature of the charges levied against you. He will ask you for a detailed account in an effort to better understand your story and will contact and interview any other individuals who may be able to corroborate this account. He will then order a detailed discovery and will begin investigating the states claims. Throughout this entire process, Rob and his staff will compassionately stand ready to answer any questions that you or your loved ones may have.
If incarcerated, Mr. Black will seek your release or move for an indictment or release absent of an indictment. If eligible, he will make an application on your behalf for pre-trial intervention and will challenge any denials if appropriate. He will then confer with the prosecutor’s office and will discuss with you all plea negotiations. If it is determined that a plea bargain is not in your best interest, Mr. Black and his team will prepare a rigorous defense on your behalf. If trial becomes necessary, Rob and his team will skillfully and aggressively defend your reputation and freedom by requiring the state to prove each and every element of the charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
Throughout this ordeal you can remain confident that Robert F. Black, Jr. will be truly committed to preserving and promoting your best interests. Your interests are his interests. Your fight is his fight.
At The Law Offices of Robert F. Black, Jr., our goal is to WIN FOR YOU! Our law firm is pleased to serve the following localities: Monmouth County, Asbury Park, Freehold, Long Branch, Middletown, Neptune, Ocean Township, Red Bank, Belmar, Brielle, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Howell, Marlboro Township, Matawan, Oceanport, Shrewsbury, Essex County, Newark, Hudson County, Hoboken, Jersey City, Mercer County, Trenton, Middlesex County, Perth Amboy, and Plainsboro Township.