Aggravated Assault

By Doogue + George Criminal Defence Lawyers

Aggravated Assault is heard in the Magistrates Court. The charge is defined under Section 24 of the Summary Offences Act 1966

The maximum penalty for aggravated assault is 2 years imprisonment.

There are various types of aggravation which include that an assault occurred on a male under the age of 14, or a female of any age in the company of another, by kicking, with a weapon or towards a female of any age.


To read further about this charge click on the following link - Aggravated assault


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