Penalties for Motor Vehicle Assault
Whether a person becomes aggravated while on the road, purposely striking another person with their vehicle, or drives carelessly, such as while under the influence, and hits someone, they can be charged with motor vehicle assault. According to California penal code 245, “Any person who commits an assault upon the person of another with a deadly weapon or instrument other than a firearm or by any means of force likely to produce great bodily injury,” could be deemed guilty of such an offense. Unfortunately for those in San Jose charged with this crime, this offense can carry extremely serious penalties, something which our attorneys of the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., know can be frightening
4 Serious Penalties of Motor Vehicle Assault
If a person is convicted of motor vehicle assault in California, he or she might be facing severe legal penalties, such as the following:
- License suspension
- License removal
- Payment of fines
- Service in jail
No one wants to be convicted and saddled with these penalties, which is why a proper legal defense is so often necessary for those accused of crimes like motor vehicle assault. Everyone has a right to defend themselves, and the right legal team can make a huge difference in reducing or eliminating charges.
Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney in San Jose
If you or someone you know is facing motor vehicle assault charges, the attorneys at the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., can work with you on a defense. Contact us today at [phone-number] to discuss your options and learn more about how we can aggressively take action for you.