Aggravated Assault is a felony. If a person causes not only bodily injury but serious bodily injury to another, then such act is generally a felony. If a person uses a weapon during an assault, such act is a felony in the second degree. However, aggravated assault is a felony in the first degree when the victim is a family member, involves reckless discharge of a firearm, or is against a police officer on duty. Section 22.02 Texas Penal Code.
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