New York Assault Attorney
Trust Capable Assault Defense Attorneys in New York
Assault can be defined as any attempt to cause physical harm to another person.
- In New York the degree of an assault charge will be determined based on
factors such as:
- The severity of injuries to the victim
- The use of a weapon to commit the assault
- The mental capacity of the person who is charged with committing the crime
At Goldberger & Dubin, P.C., our skilled New York criminal defense
attorneys capably approach each and every case with passionate dedication
in pursuing a positive outcome on behalf of our clients. With more than
75 years of collective experience, our New York assault attorneys know
how to handle a variety of criminal defense cases and work for the best
Because we believe preparation is key to the success of any case, our firm
takes the time to get to know the needs and circumstances of each and
every client so that we can build a case that perfectly meets the needs
of their situation. We think outside of the box when it comes to criminal
defense and stay up to date on New York's laws in order to continue a
track record of success.
Time is of the essence. Pursue justice and defend your rights with our
firm. Call our assault attorney in New York at (646) 681-5997 for a
free case evaluation!
New York Assault Classifications
While all types of assault involve a physical attack, New York’s
Laws include several types of assault charges, each carrying different
levels of punishment. Listed below are a few assault classifications,
according to New York’s Penal law.
- Types of assault as defined by New York Penal Law:
Assault in the 3rd Degree: Causing physical harm or injury to another person, or hurting a third
party as a result of trying to attack another.
Vehicular Assault: When a person causes serious injury to another person with the use of
a motor vehicle.
Assault on a Judge: When a person intends to cause injury to a judge in order to stop him
from performing his or her duties, or actually causes harm to a judge.
Hazing: When an offender physically injures another person in the course of the
victim’s initiation into an organization.
If you are facing an assault charge it is imperative that you begin your
defense as soon as possible.
Trust Our Skilled Defense against Assault Charges in New York
At Goldberger & Dubin, P.C. we will bring our extensive criminal defense
expertise to bear in your assault case. We will do our best to help prove
your innocence by arguing defenses such as proving that the victim did
not actually suffer injury, proving that you did not mean to harm the
victim, and / or proving that the assault was justified, such as in cases
of self-defense.A good first step is to discuss your case with one of
our assault attorneys in New York and learn about your legal options.
Call our firm today to discuss your situation and our New York assault lawyer will help
you determine the best course of action.