Criminal Defense

“As a former Deputy Public Defender, Mr. Kirk has over the last twenty years successfully represented clients in all types of criminal matters.”

 

Irvine Assault Attorney
Aggressive Defense in Assault Cases throughout Orange County, California

Assault crimes range from threats of violence which never take place to fights in bars, nightclubs, and sports or entertainment venues to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Assault is widely thought of as assault and battery, though these are separate crimes. Assault consists of an attempt, along with the ability to carry through, of inflicting violent injury on another. You can be convicted of assault without ever having touched the other person. By threatening to harm the person and putting him or her in fear of bodily injury, you can be charged with and convicted for assault.

If you are facing assault charges in Irvine, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, or in the surrounding areas of Orange County, you should immediately contact the Irvine criminal defense attorney at Kirk & Toberty. Our attorney has more than 20 years of experience, including significant trial experience, in successfully defending clients charged with all forms of assault, including assault and battery, assault with great bodily injury, domestic assault, and assault with a deadly weapon.

An Irvine Assault Lawyer Can Help You

If you are convicted of assault, you may be facing serious penalties, such as a jail or prison sentence, heavy fines, probation, restitution to the victim for medical or hospital expenses, confiscation of any weapons used, court-mandated anger management education, or other court-ordered penalties. To minimize these penalties, you will need a strong defense, which our Irvine assault lawyer can devise.

Just because you are accused of assault does not necessarily mean that you will be convicted. Having an experienced and skilled defense attorney can make all the difference in how your case is resolved.

Contact an Irvine assault lawyer at the firm if you are facing any type of assault charge today.