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1 faces assault charges after reports of altercation

On Behalf of | Jan 15, 2023 | Criminal Defense |

While many disagreements may lead to little more than a heated verbal spat, there is a possibility that such a situation go grow out of control. In a moment of anger, some individuals might make decisions that do not align with their interests and sometimes others might accuse one of unlawful behavior even if no acts of violence occur. A man in Kentucky could be in search of guidance after a recent report of an altercation has left him facing assault charges. 

Incident reports 

Law enforcement agents say they responded to reports of an altercation on a recent Friday. They say that upon arriving at the scene, two individuals informed them that they were involved in a verbal argument with the man when he suddenly became violent. They claim that he proceeded to hit them several times and assert that he had also damaged items on their property.  

Reports indicate that the man denied hitting either of the two individuals. However, he was taken into custody after authorities allegedly learned that he was in violation of an existing Domestic Violence Order. He is currently facing numerous charges in relation to the incident, including fourth-degree assault and violation of a DVO. 

 Assault charges 

It is no secret that facing assault charges can be a stressful and daunting process. Individuals in Kentucky who stand accused of similar offenses and have questions about their rights and options could benefit from speaking with an attorney for advice as soon as possible. An attorney can work toward protecting a client’s legal rights, provide insight on what to expect from the process, and assist in creating a strong defense for use during subsequent court proceedings.