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Assault Suspect Admits Crimes

Criminal defense attorney Gary E. Gerson has been helping people charged with assault for more than twenty-five years. Assault charges usually lead to a felony conviction and can include high fines and time in jail, depending on the severity of the crime and the number of victims involved. A felony assault conviction will stay on your permanent record and can greatly reduce your chances of finding gainful employment or even going back to school. Call criminal defense attorney Gary Gerson today for a free consultation if you have been charged with an assault crime.

A man from Washington, PA has pled guilty to assaulting two African-American teenagers in Uniontown in September of 2015. The 33-year-old Uniontown man was sentenced by a Washington County judge on Tuesday. Charges include simple assault, ethnic intimidation, and terroristic threats. The original police report reads that the man approached the two boys as they walked down a Uniontown street with two white girls who ages are not known. Witnesses say the man attack both boys and used racial slurs, telling the boys: “I’m going to kill all you (racist expletive) trying to take our white girls…” After he was taken into custody, police say that he threatened to assault them and used more profanity.

If you have been charged with assault, call Attorney Gary Gerson today for a free consultation. A felony conviction can be disastrous for your well-being and your future in general. Contact Pennsylvania criminal defense attorney Gary Gerson today at 412-219-6875 for a free preliminary consultation.

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