Assault Bail Bonds

Sometimes anger just gets the best of us. While that is never the answer, it is pretty common. Especially here in Texas, where heat and passionate ways of life can quickly lead to fights. Assault charges bring not only hefty fines and penalties, but stiff bond prices as well. If you have a friend or family member currently incarcerated with assault charges in Lubbock, TX, call Caprock Bail Bonds at 806-722-2120. We can post their bail and orchestrate their release.

Assault Charges Bail Bonds

Here in Texas, assault and battery are treated the same, but the degrees of the offense is different. Assault is strictly physical violence, and can sometimes crossover with domestic violence charges if the abuse was toward a family member.

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Man Black Eye From Fighting

We Can Post Bail For Your Aggravated Assault and Assault Charges

A person has committed assault if they intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly cause or threaten to cause bodily injury to another person. Even if two people have mutually agreed to fight, both can be placed with individual assault charges.

  • Assault with minor injuries is a Class A misdemeanor and carries penalties of up to 1 year in jail and $4,000 fines.
  • Assault only with threatening or touching is a Class C misdemeanor and carries a penalty fine of $500.
  • Assault against a public servant or domestic family member is a 3rd-degree felony assault and carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and $10,000 fine.

Aggravated Assault

Assault is considered “aggravated assault” if serious bodily harm occurred or a weapon was used.

  • Usually charged as 2nd-degree felonies that have penalties of 2-20 years in prison and $10,000 fine.
  • Aggravated assault against a public official or domestic family member is a 1st-degree felony and carries a penalty of 5 years in prison.

How Much is Bail For Assault in Texas?

Bail for assault ranges from $2,500 to $25,000. Bail for aggravated assault can be anywhere from $25,000 to $100,000. On top of paying bail, the lowest level of assault is a misdemeanor, so you will still receive a hefty fine you will have to pay as well. Felony charges of assault could result in you paying an additional $10,000. Bail amounts and fines increase if the assault was against a public worker like a healthcare provider, firefighter, or police officer when they were on duty. If the assault was performed with the intention to cause sexual harm or rape, bail and fines also increase. Call Caprock Bail Bonds at 806-722-2120 for assault charges bail bonds in Lubbock, TX.