You Do Not Have To Be In A Gang To Be Charged With Gang Assault

New York City authorities take seriously any charges that could be associated with gang activity. That is why gang-related crimes can carry more significant penalties than would otherwise be associated with assault crimes.

When three or more people are accused of physical violence against another, they may be charged with gang assault. This is true even if no defendant is actually involved in a gang.

If you are charged with gang assault in the second degree, you may be facing up to 15 years in prison. Gang assault in the first degree involves intentionally causing serious physical harm with the assistance of two or more people, which is a felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison.

We Will Thoroughly Investigate The Circumstances Surrounding Your Arrest

Gang assault charges may come about simply because you or a loved one was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Unfortunately, these charges can devastate lives and families for years if they result in a conviction.

At Schneider Law PLLC, we make sure to get to know our clients and their side of the story. Criminal charges affect the whole family, so we will keep your family informed of the status of your case as much as you prefer. We take the time to get to know our clients because that results in the most effective criminal defense representation.

Get Prominent New York City Criminal Defense Attorneys On Your Side

If you are charged with a gang-related offense, including gang assault, there is a lot at stake. Your freedom and your future are at risk. We are experienced trial lawyers and criminal defense attorneys who are capable and effective in the courtroom.

Our experience and tenacity have built us a reputation for excellence in criminal defense. We are ready to protect your rights. Our gang offense lawyers represent clients throughout New York City, including all boroughs, as well as Long Island and New Jersey from offices in Manhattan . Call 212-257-0522 or reach us online to schedule your consultation.