Assault & Battery Defense Attorney in Miami
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While many people use the terms interchangeably, assault and battery actually
refer to two separate and distinct criminal offenses. Assault is the act
of threatening another person with violence, or otherwise making him or
her feel apprehension. Battery refers to the act of intentionally harming
another person. No matter what charges you are facing, it is important
that you work with a skilled criminal defense attorney. At
Rothman & Associates, P.A. , we have
over four decades of experience defending Florida residents against criminal charges. You can be fully
confident in our ability to successfully resolve your matter.
The consequences of conviction for assault or battery are serious and may
include jail or prison time, a fine, probation, loss of employment, or
loss of a professional license. These consequences vary depending on the
circumstances of the incident and the seriousness of the charges. For
example, simple battery refers only to unwanted physical contact between
two people. Aggravated battery, however, occurs when a person uses a deadly
weapon or attempts to cause serious physical injury.
If you have been accused of assault or battery,
speak with one of our attorneys today.
When should I speak with law enforcement?
You are at risk of incriminating yourself or making irreversible mistakes
if you discuss an incident with law enforcement before speaking with an
attorney. Contact our Miami criminal defense lawyers if you would like
to arrange a consultation and discuss an assault and battery defense with
a lawyer. From the moment our client retains us, we do all we can to get
charges reduced or dismissed altogether. Before and during trial, we provide
an aggressive defense against charges, including:
- Felony battery
- Aggravated battery
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Armed robbery
- Weapons charges
- Misdemeanor assault or battery
Ready to begin? Call our Miami violent crimes attorneys.
At our criminal defense firm, clients charged with a
violent crime receive a defense provided by skilled and experienced attorneys. We realize
that when you contact our Miami assault and battery attorneys, you need
a concerned and responsive answer. We serve clients from the Middle and
Southern federal districts of Florida and in communities, including Ft.
Lauderdale, Miami Beach, West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Miami-Dade County,
Palm Beach County and Broward County.
initial case review today.