Minnesota Felony Second Degree Assault Charges – Aggravated Dangerous Weapon Assault
To be charged with 2nd degree felony assault, a dangerous weapon must have been used. Dangerous weapons include firearms and knives, but also include any tool that is designed as a weapon and capable of producing death or serious permanent disfigurement or impairment.
A 2nd degree felony assault conviction carries a maximum prison sentence of 7 years and a $14,000 fine. However, if the dangerous weapon assault causes a fracture, or temporary and substantial disfigurement or impairment, you may be facing up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.
Additionally, felony assault convictions result in numerous collateral consequences. Loss of voting and firearm rights, difficulty finding employment, and denial of housing opportunities are some of the additional consequences resulting from a public record of a felony assault conviction.
Contact our experienced Minnesota criminal defense attorney now
Due to the serious consequences you are facing if accused of a 2nd degree felony assault, you must contact an attorney without delay to avoid costly mistakes that may affect your case and an attorney’s ability to defend you. Coley J. Grostyan’s knowledge of Minnesota assault laws and aggressive representation has allowed him to successfully resolve numerous assault cases for clients. Coley Grostyan is always accessible for his clients and promptly responds to inquiries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For confidential and professional representation, contact Coley Grostyan today at (612) 747-2254.
Coley Grostyan represents individuals facing felony 2nd degree aggravated assault charges, and all other assault allegations, in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul and surrounding suburbs, and throughout Minnesota, including, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Anoka County, Sherburne County, Wright County, Dakota County, Washington County, Carver County, Scott County, Isanti County, Mille Lacs County, Kanabec County, Pine County, Crow Wing County, and Stearns County.