Simple vs. Aggravated Assault in Pennsylvania - Mike The Traffic Lawyer

submitted 9 months ago, Thursday, Jul 20, 2017, 03:53:37 by mikethetrafficlawyernj in Business
Simple vs. Aggravated Assault in Pennsylvania - Mike The Traffic Lawyer
In Pennsylvania, as in other states, there's a distinction between simple assault and aggravated assault. The difference can be critical and mean the difference between probation and fines or incarceration.
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