Assault And Battery

Defending Against Assault And Battery Charges

Although assault and battery are terms that are often used together, they are actually two separate types of criminal charges. An assault usually involves the threat of violence or an attempt to hurt another person. Battery is charged when there is actual physical contact. Either charge is serious and requires an equally serious defense with the help of an experienced lawyer.

At the law firm of , our attorneys have been protecting the rights of people throughout Michigan for more than 20 years. We understand what it takes to build a solid criminal defense while minimizing potentially harsh consequences.

Penalties For An Assault And Battery Conviction

If you are convicted on a sole charge of assault or battery, you could face jail time and a significant fine. The penalties are even more severe for charges such as aggravated assault, assault with a dangerous weapon and domestic assault. If you have been charged with either felony or misdemeanor assault, it is important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible.

Our attorneys will help guide you through the legal process one step at a time, providing you with the knowledge you need to make the most informed decision regarding your case. We know how to challenge the prosecution’s evidence while ensuring your rights remain protected at every turn.

Contact Our Criminal Defense Lawyers For A Consultation

If you are facing criminal charges, speak with us. To schedule an initial consultation, call our law office in Plymouth at . You may also contact us online. We provide representation to people throughout the Detroit metro area, Ann Arbor and across Michigan.