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Felony Assaults

Criminal Defense Lawyer for Felony Assault Charges

In addition to Misdemeanor Assaults there are several types of assault in North Carolina that will result in Felony charges against an individual.

Assault Inflicting Serious Injury (a Class H Felony punishable by up to 25 months in prison) hinges on the definition of “serious injury” and whether the injuries to the victim in the particular case meet the definition. Factors such as hospitalization, pain, loss of wages, and permanent disfigurement are considered by the court in such cases.
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Criminal Felony Assault Charge Definition

Other Felony Assaults are part of the North Carolina Criminal Code including:
  • Discharging a Barreled Weapon or Firearm Into Occupied Property (Class E Felony)
  • Discharging a Barreled Weapon or Firearm into an Occupied Dwelling or Occupied conveyance in Operation (Class D Felony)
  • Discharging a Barreled Weapon or Firearm into Occupied Property Causing Serious Bodily Injury (Class C Felony)
  • Secret Assault (Class E Felony)
  • Aggravated Assault on a Handicapped Person (Class F Felony)
  • Assault with a Firearm or other Deadly Weapon on a Governmental Officer or Employee or Company or Campus Police (Class F Felony)
  • Assault with a Firearm on a Law Enforcement, Probation or Parole Officer or Detention Facility Employee (Class E Felony)
  • Assault Inflicting Serious Injury or Serious Bodily Injury on a Law Enforcement Officer, Probation or Parole Officer, or Detention Facility Employee (Class F Felony)
  • Assault on a Court Officer (Class I Felony)
  • Assault on a Court Officer Using a Deadly Weapon or Inflicting Serious Injury (Class F Felony)
  • Habitual Misdemeanor Assault (Class H Felony)
  • Malicious Injury by Use of an Explosive or Incendiary Device (Class D Felony)
  • Malicious Throwing of a Corrosive Acid or Alkali (Class E Felony)
  • Malicious Injury by Use of an Explosive or Incendiary Device (Class D Felony)
  • Malicious Maiming (Class C Felony)
  • Castration or Other Maiming Without Malice Aforethought (Class E Felony)
  • Malicious Castration (Class C Felony)
  • Assault on Emergency Personnel (Class F Felony)

Speak to a Charlotte, NC Criminal Defense Lawyer Today

The charge of felony assault is a serious one, and you need an experienced defense attorney to help prepare your best defense. Call Rosensteel Fleishman, PLLC (704) 714-1450, to discuss your options as soon as possible.
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