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AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
is a felony in ga


Definition of Aggravated Assault

An aggravated assault occurs when you assault someone:

1) With intent to murder, rape, or rob;
2) With a deadly weapon; or
3)
With any object which, is likely to or actually does result in    strangulation; or
3) Fire at persons from a moving vehicle.

Penalties for Aggravated Assault
Depending upon the circumstances, an aggravated assault is a felony for which you could receive a sentence of 1-20 years, 3-20 years, or 5-20 years.

Penalties for Aggravated Assault Under The Family Violence Act
A conviction for Family Violence Aggravated Assault is a felony punishable by 3-20 years.

OCGA 16-5-21

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