Q: Aggravated Assault but it was just a fight.
There was a fight between 3 men. The argument began between two of the men and the third man stepped in. The third man that stepped in was the one who used the weapon. The victim of the fight knows that the individual incarcerated was not the one who actually had the weapon. They have been incarcerated since March of 2022 being represented by a public defender and does not think that he has had adequate representation. They have switched judges three times they had extended the trial date 3 or 4 times he has not had a bail reduction hearing or even been interviewed for pretrial services. He does have priors for drugs. Nothing like assault. I would just like to present the case to somebody and see if they can tell me whether or not all the motions and everything that's been done on this case is for the defendants best interest.
A: There is not enough information on this post to know. However, most criminal defense attorneys (myself included) will talk to you about your case for free. This is a discussion best had over the phone. Aggravated assault is a very serious charge, so I recommend reaching out to criminal defense attorney right away.
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