Legal Defense for Aggravated Assault in Kane County
Serving Clients Charged with Assault in St. Charles and Surrounding Areas
Law Office of Glenn M. Sowa, LLC is one of the oldest criminal defense law firms in Kane County, Illinois, and as one of the oldest law firms focused on all areas of criminal law, we take all types of crimes very seriously, especially those crimes involving aggravated assault.
How do you know if you’ve been involved in an aggravated assault crime? One of the first steps we take as attorneys is finding out all the facts surrounding the circumstances of your arrest for aggravated assault. In most cases, aggravated assault is defined as any intentional act that would cause a person to fear physical bodily harm. Regardless if you hurt someone or not, the act of threatening to hurt someone physically is considered aggravated assault, and you could be charged with a criminal offense for aggravated assault and battery.
To learn more about how you can protect your rights if you’ve been charged and arrested for aggravated assault or battery, contact the Law Office of Glenn M. Sowa, LLC. We represent clients across Kane County, Illinois, including neighboring cities. Call our office in Geneva 630-232-1780 to schedule a free initial consultation.
St. Charles Trial Litigation Attorneys for Aggravated Assault
If you were in a fight that escalated to aggravated battery or assault, chances are a weapon was involved. A weapon is not only limited to the use of a firearm or a gun; any item such as a bat, a broken bottle, or pocket knife can be a weapon. Random objects used to cause bodily harm and physically assault a person can land you in jail.
Our goal is to always protect the best interests of our clients. If you were charged with aggravated assault, speak to one of our knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense attorneys today.
Contact Our Geneva Aggravated Assault Attorneys
Contact the Law Office of Glenn M. Sowa, LLC in Kane County, Illinois, to learn more about how we can address your legal matter involving aggravated assault and battery. Call us in Geneva at 630-232-1780 for a free initial consultation.