• CASE DISMISSED: Narcotics Trafficking

  • NOT GUILTY: Assault

  • CASE DISMISSED: Client charged with murder and facing 25 years to life

  • REDUCED CHARGES: Client charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon

  • CASE DISMISSED: Client charged with 59 counts of rape and related sexual offenses

  • CASE DISMISSED: Client charged with burglary and facing 3 1/2 to 15 years

  • NOT GUILTY: Client charged with starvation of a child

  • NOT PROSECUTED: Real Estate Broker charged with mortgage fraud crimes

  • CASE DISMISSED: Probation Officer charged with sexual misconduct with a Parolee

  • NOT GUILTY: New York City Police Officer charged with DWI

  • CASE DISMISSED: New York City Fireman charged with theft of city property

  • CASE DISMISSED: Client charged with rape

  • REDUCED CHARGES: Client charged in health care fraud conspiracy

  • CASE DISMISSED: Dentist charged with DWI

  • REDUCED CHARGES: Client charged in a series of Hobbes Act Robberies

  • DEFERRED PROSECUTION: Client charged with fraud against the U.S. Government

  • REDUCED CHARGES: Nurse charged in fraud conspiracy

  • NOT PROSECUTED: Accountant investigated with a number of criminal violations

  • NOT PROSECUTED: Client investigated for receiving bribes in exchange for government contracts

  • REDUCED CHARGES: Client charged with Fraud charges involving Medicare fraud

  • SUCCESS: Defended postal worker charged with theft of public money


The crime of Assault involves varying degrees of severity ranging from misdemeanor assault to felony assault. It is not necessary to actually cause physical injury or serious physical injury to a person to be charged with Assault. The attempt to cause physical injury to another person, even if such injury does not occur, and depending on the facts and circumstances, is enough to charge you with the crime of Assault.

The punishment for an Assault conviction will depend upon the degree of Assault you are convicted of but you could face significant jail time, probation, fines, or some alternative to incarceration, such as anger management or community service as part of your sentence. The collateral consequences of an Assault conviction are also quite severe, and such a conviction can affect your personal and professional life in ways that you did not contemplate.

Call the Law Offices of Natali J.H. Todd, P.C. today to discuss your case. Our firm is experienced in these matters and we will be happy to assist you.