In Texas, for an assault to become aggravated one of these factors have to be met:
- if during the assault you cause serious bodily injuries to someone, it’s aggravated assault.
- if you use or exhibit a deadly weapon during the assault, for example if you are committing an assault and you pull out a gun, that’s gone be aggravated form of assault.
But court also look to see how the item was used, so a car that’s normally just a car, if while you driving that you run someone over, the state can enhance that to make it a deadly weapon. And that enhancement will make it an aggravated assault.
So it’s important you contact a an aggravated assault lawyer who knows all about these cases. Call us today at Blass Law and we can help you.
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