If you have any other class A1 misdemeanors, they'll count in your prior record level. That will probably make you a prior record level II. I am assuming you mean assault inflicting serious injury when you say aggravated assault; that is a class A1 misdemeanor. You can see the result in the chart linked below. Depending on the county where this happened, you are probably looking at a split sentence with some active time and probation. I'm also including a link to some information about the kinds of punishment NC has. Good luck to you1
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