Assault & Battery Bail Bonding Services
In North Carolina, fast assault and battery bail services can be found at Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services, 24/7. The state of North Carolina recognizes only three main types of misdemeanor “simple” assault and battery crimes. The first kind is Assault and Battery, which results in injuring someone else. The second is Assault, which is the attempt to commit battery or make a show of force or harm which is considered to be imminent. The third is Affray, which involves a fight in a public place which frightens others.
Most of these instances are Class 2 misdemeanors. Class 2 misdemeanors are crimes where the victims sustain minor injuries which don’t require a medical physician’s attention. With no prior convictions, a defendant can be penalized with up to 30 days in jail and a fine up to $1,000. With prior convictions, the jail time can reach 60 days.
Battery With a Deadly Weapon
If the use of a deadly weapon has been added with the charges (the use of an object like a knife, gun or blunt object which may be used to kill someone) then the crime is escalated to a Class A1 misdemeanor. Class A1 misdemeanors are punished by a jail sentence of up to 60 days and a fine determined by the judge, or simply probation. If the defendant has prior convictions, the jail time can reach 150 days.
Violent Crime Bail Fast
If you or your loved one has been charged with a violent crime like assault and battery in North Carolina, call Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services. The penalties for even a misdemeanor can be very serious and the consequences of a conviction aren’t easily brushed aside when you’re trying to resume your life. In order to have the time and opportunity to contact the right legal counsel, use Grimes’ Bail Bonding bond services now. We provide fast bail for every client we take on, no matter where in North Carolina your loved one has been arrested and is being held in. After years of experience in bail bonds throughout NC, the Grimes bail bonds agents know every jail and inmate holding facility and their bail out process!