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Question: is a judge bound by law to give at least the minimum sentence in a dangerous crime such as aggravated assult
The definition for aggrivated assault can be found in ARS 13-1204. The sentence for an aggrivated assault depends on the specific circumstances of the act, but range from a class 6 felony up to a class 2 felony.
The circumstances will also determine which set of statutes will be used to sentence the offender. Each statute explains how a person will be sentenced for their crime and uses the general sentencing information, found in ARS 13-701, to see where the crime falls on the scale.
Here is a list of different sentencing statutes:
First Time Offense ARS 13-702.
Repetitive Offender ARS 13-703
Dangerous Offender ARS 13-704
Dangerous Crimes Against Children ARS 13-705
Serious, Violent, or Aggrivated Offenders ARS 13-706
is a judge bound by law to give at least the minimum sentence in a dangerous crime such as aggravated assult
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