Assault & Battery Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with Assault & Battery we recommend you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who specializes in keeping their clients out of jail and protecting their rights. Just because you have been charged does not mean you have been convicted. Contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced criminal attorney.
What is Assault & Battery?
An attempt and/or a threat, along with the ability to inflict harm or injury onto another person, is assault with intent to commit a Battery. Battery is when such an attempt or threat leads to the person being touched as a result, committing Assault & Battery.
Assault and Battery cases can involve misdemeanor or felony charges including possible jail time. When our attorneys defend Assault & battery charges, the first thing they will do is obtain all discovery from the prosecutor, interview all witnesses including the alleged victim and determine whether there is any validity to the case. Your attorney will then discuss with you whether they feel your case can be dismissed or won at trial.
In a situation your case is one best suited for a plea-bargaining, your attorney will negotiate with the prosecutor while having the focus of keeping you out of jail.
First Offense (misdemeanor)
- Up to 93 days in jail
- Fine up to $500.00
Experienced Assault & Battery Defense
- At Criminal Legal Services, our attorneys have had enormous success in defending Assault & Battery cases. If you have been charged with assault and battery, contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced defense attorney.
- Any Misdemeanor of felony carries the possibility of jail time. Therefore you must have an experienced attorney to defend your case. Having the right attorney can make all the difference.