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Adelaide Criminal Lawyer - assault charges

Assault


If you have been charged with intentionally causing serious injury, recklessly causing serious injury, intentionally causing injury, recklessly causing injury, or unlawful assault, the best way to ensure your interests are protected is to get a specialist Adelaide based criminal lawyer involved in your case at the earliest stage.

Our specialised focus as criminal lawyers ensures you receive the highest level of skill and experience required for your needs. We are leaders in the field, and our team has a wealth of experience in the highest courts in Australia whilst still remaining active in the Magistrates’ Courts. As a boutique-sized criminal law firm we can ensure that each case receives personal attention without delegation. You can feel confident putting your reputation in our experienced hands.

In addition to court representation, we can provide the following assistance:

  • Accompanying you to the police station
  • Responding to your questions and concerns
  • Assisting you to understand procedure
  • Implementing strategy by negotiating with police and prosecutors
  • Keeping you informed and updated
  • Liaising between you and Adelaides / South Australias best psychiatrists, psychologists, and drug and alcohol counsellors if needed

Section 20 Criminal Law Consolidation Act

  • 3.   A person who commits assault is guilty of an offence

Maximum penalty:

  1. For a basic offence – imprisonment for 2 years;
  2. For an aggravated offence (except one to which paragraph (c) applies) – imprisonment for 3 years;
  3. for an offence aggravated by the use of, or a threat to use, an offensive weapon – imprisonment for 4 years.
  • 4.   A person who commits an assault that causes harm to another is guilty of an offence

Maximum penalty:

  1. For a basic offence – imprisonment for 3 years;
  2. For an aggravated offence (except one to which paragraph (c) applies) – imprisonment for 4 years;
  3. for an offence aggravated by the use of, or a threat to use, an offensive weapon – imprisonment for 5 years.

Our specialised focus as criminal lawyers ensures you receive the highest level of skill and experience required for your needs. Contact Liptak Lawyers now for your best representation for your assualt charges

Liptak Lawyers
Barristers & Solicitors
262 Melbourne Street
North Adelaide,SA 5006
Tel:     
Fax:    08 8237 0571
Mob:   0457 543 007
Email:info@liptak-lawyer.com.au

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