An assault conviction can result in serious penalties, including fines, jail time and a criminal record. It may lead to future difficulties in obtaining a job or penalties in a family or other civil matter. That is why it is so important to know your rights and to work with a Glen Burnie assault lawyer who can aggressively defend your interests.
At Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, our legal team is experienced in the investigation and defense of assault allegations. We serve clients throughout Maryland from our offices in Glen Burnie and Columbia.
Assault charges can result in serious penalties. You need skilled, result-driven defense. Call 410-766-0113 to schedule your free case evaluation, or contact us by email.
Defending against assault charges starts with gathering the facts. It is important that your legal advocate begin an immediate investigation to collect and preserve all necessary evidence. Attorneys from our firm will pursue witness statements, police documentation, video surveillance and other documentation that can help to sustain your version of what happened. We will explore all of your options, including self-defense, where appropriate.
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If you have been charged with assault or another violent crime, you may be facing years in prison. It is critical to have an experienced attorney on your side. You want a defense lawyer who has years of jury trial experience and is able to defend you beyond the plea bargain stage when that is in your best interests.
The Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, provides knowledgeable representation from experienced defense attorneys. We get to work on your case immediately, investigating the incident, interviewing witnesses and preserving evidence. Schedule a free case evaluation with a skilled Maryland assault lawyer — contact us online, or call 410-766-0113.
An assault conviction can send you to jail, but first- and second-degree assault convictions will result in prison sentences:
First-degree assault with a firearm or intent to cause serious physical injury or death with assault is a felony with a maximum prison sentence of 25 years.
Second-degree assault/attempted battery or intent to frighten a person with threat of offensive physical contact or harm is a misdemeanor with a maximum prison sentence of 10 years.
All criminal offenses involving the use of a weapon, whether it is a firearm, knife or bat, will be subject to greatly increased penalties. An experienced defense attorney will work to reduce the charges and penalties to ensure you are not overcharged for a crime you did not commit.
Cases of assault can involve bar fights, domestic assault, and other heated situations. If you have been accused of assault, or charged with a crime involving an altercation or dispute, we will explain your legal rights and options. Defendants are often overcharged for crimes, facing penalties that they do not deserve. In the event that we cannot get your case completely dismissed, we will pursue other strategies to minimize your charges and penalties. Our legal team has the experience, skill and dedication to effectively protect your rights and interests.
If you have been accused of assault, we can protect your rights and your criminal record. To learn more, send us an email. You can also reach us by phone, 24/7, at 410-766-0113 — if we don’t answer, our answering service will page us with your message.
7310 Ritchie Highway, Suite 910
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
30 Corporate Center
10440 Little Patuxent Parkway,
Columbia, MD 21044