Arrested for Assault on Long Island?


Contact our Long Island criminal defense attorney at (631) 714-7894 now!


If you are facing assault charges in Long Island, The Law Offices of Scott Gross, P.C. is here to help. With our extensive experience we know how to aggressively defend the rights of the accused and you can be confident in our ability to handle your unique case next.

As a former prosecutor, our lead attorney may be able to help level the playing field between you and your prosecutor. With this unique understanding of the courtroom, we can devise a defense strategy that stands toe-to-toe, or even advantageously over the prosecution.

Our criminal defense firm is the right choice for your case for the following reasons:


  • We offer affordable legal services.
  • We are available 24/7 to our valued clients.
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  • We provide result-driven representation.
  • We offer clients a free case evaluation.
  • We will tirelessly pursue the most favorable outcome possible, no matter the charges.
  • We employ a heavily trained and knowledgeable team of legal professionals.
  • We are dedicated to the zealous, relentless, and aggressive defense of the accused.
  • We may be able to give you the upper hand in court by using the unique insight of our lead attorney's work as a former prosecutor.
  • We know exactly how to defend your rights and will utilize and exhaust our resources in order to do so on your behalf.

Defense for All Types of NY Assault Charges

Assault charges fall under one of two categories: simple or aggravated. Most often, aggravated assault offenses are charged as a felony and more heavily penalized due to their serious nature. Simple assault occurs when an individual knowingly or willingly attempts to bring physical harm or physically harms another individual. Any type of assault charge or conviction is a serious matter, and will require immediate legal attention.

Depending on the following factors, you may be charged with aggravated assault:

  • Were there weapons involved?
  • What was the degree of the injury?
  • What was the status of the victim?
  • Where did the assault take place?
  • What was the intent of the perpetrator?

Usually, simple assault is charged as a misdemeanor. However, if teamed with other offenses of violent crimes or domestic violence, your offense may be charged as a felony. Because each case is unique, you will need to speak with a qualified Long Island assault attorney who can shed light on your situation.

Without legal representation, you could be facing serious repercussions. Criminal penalties could include extensive court fines and a possible jail or prison sentence. Additionally, a permanent criminal record could make it difficult to qualify for educational scholarships, loans, or jobs.

Results-Oriented. Client-Centered. Service-Minded.

At The Law Offices of Scott Gross, P.C., we believe that every individual deserves a second chance. We understand the serious nature of your offense and all that is at stake. After being arrested, it is common to face fear, anxiety, and many questions and concerns about your rights and future.


Once you retain the representation of our firm, we will address each of your concerns and answer all of your questions in order to give you the peace of mind that you deserve. After we attain a complete understanding of your case, we will inform you of your rights and legal options and walk with you through the legal complexities.


Act immediately to ensure that you are defended by an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. We strongly advise you against facing the legal system alone. Make the smart choice – secure our representation as soon as possible.

Call us for a FREE consultation at (631) 714-7894.

If you or someone you know has been arrested in Long Island for assault, we strongly advise you to retain our representation today! With our extensive experience, you can be confident that your case is in good hands. Learn your rights and legal options by contacting The Law Offices of Scott Gross, P.C.!