You have not provided enough information to give you an intelligent answer. Assault can be charged as a Class "C" misdemeanor" all the way up to a Second Degree Felony. I recommend that you consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you with this case. Good Luck!
A lot more information is needed. How serious are the injuries? Do you have any priors? If so, are they assault related? How old are you? Are there witnesses? Are you being sued civily?
As you can see, there is no normal. Every case is unique. You need an attorney.
Mr. Hines has given the answer - as you can see there is a great range of charges and therefore penalties. Yu would need to give more information. I suggest you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area.
We need more information to truly know what consequences you could be facing.
Call some local assault attorneys to get a consultation. Most, like myself, will offer you a free consultation.
You should take this seriously and assault cases have a variety of defenses available normally.
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