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  • In Texas that all depends on what the person is charged with. If just assualt: Class A misdemeanors are punishable by a fine up to $4000.00 and up to 1 year in jail. The most common Class A misdemeanors are a second Driving While Intoxicated offense, theft $500.00-$1500.00, criminal mischief $500.00-$1500.00, assault with bodily injury, terroristic threat, burglary of a motor vehicle, failure to I.D. to a peace officer where the defendant is a fugitive, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana 2 to 4 ounces, possession of a prohibited weapon or unlawful carrying of a weapon, possession of a penalty group 3 controlled substance under 28 grams (this is most likely when some one has a prescription drug on their persons without a prescription). OR A Third Degree Felony is punishable by a fine up $10,000.00 and a minimum of 2 years in jail up to 10 years in jail. The most common third degree felonies are Driving While Intoxicated with two priors (DWI third offense), intoxication assault, resisting arrest with a deadly weapon, deadly conduct (discharging a firearm in the direction of a person), assault against a peace officer, assault bodily injury against a family member with a prior conviction for assault bodily injury against a family, possession of 1 to 4 grams of a penalty group 1 controlled substance. OR If they decide that the vehicle was used as a deadly weapon. A Second Degree Felony is punishable by a fine up $10,000.00 and a minimum of 2 years in jail up to 20 years in jail. The most common second degree felonies are , possession of 4 to 200 grams of a penalty group 1 controlled substance, possession of a penalty group 1 controlled substance 1 to 4 grams with intent to deliver, delivery of a penalty group 1 controlled substance 1 to 4 grams, delivery of 5 lbs to 50 lbs of marijuana, robbery by threat or bodily injury, burglary of a habitation, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault serious bodily injury, sexual assault, indecency with a child, intoxication manslaughter.
  • Since you already have serious an accurate answer, I'll give you one that is neither. It depends on whtehr or not the asaultee has a loaded shotgun behind the seat on the gunrack of his pickup truck. How is that for a sterotype? I don't think that an intentional assualt with a car could ever be anything lkess than a felony because of the likihood of serious bodily damage or death. I think they might initially charge attempted murder in California.
  • A case of Coors

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