Q&A: Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon


How long for 2 cases of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, resisting arrest, & discharge of a fire arm in city limits?  One of the aggravated assault charges are on a police officer, the other on his mother. I’d like to know about how long he’s looking at.
If you’ve been charged with aggravated assault, a dangerous offense, you are facing 5-15 years in the department of corrections. However, if the assault was committed against an officer, your exposure jumps up to 7-21 years in the department of corrections assuming you don’t have any criminal history. The prison sentence for any charge may or may not run concurrently to the prison sentence for any other charge. This would depend upon a number of factors, including your criminal history and the number of victims. I strongly recommend that you retain private counsel to protect your rights and fight for your freedom. Good luck. 
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