How to Resolve an Assault or Battery Case

How to Resolve an Assault or Battery Case

Discuss your charge with a criminal defense attorney today

If you've been accused of assault or battery, turn to The Law Office of Ellison & Associates. Assault refers to someone intending to cause violent harm, whereas battery is the act of violent harm. We'll analyze the evidence and develop a robust defense in support of your best interests.

Call 310-882-6239 now to schedule an assault or battery consultation with a competent attorney.

4 ways you could get your charge dropped

The penalties for assault and battery charges include jail time, fines and restitution for the plaintiff. However, you still have hope if you've been charged with either of these crimes. A judge could rule in your favor if:

  • You acted in self-defense
  • You were protecting someone else
  • You were defending your home
  • The victim has consented to a certain act
But you won't stand a chance in court unless you have a skilled attorney by your side. Trust us to do everything possible to work toward a favorable outcome for your case.

Contact The Law Office of Ellison & Associates today to learn more about assault and battery laws.

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