Assault and Battery
ASSAULT AND BATTERY
If you’ve been accused of assault or battery, it can have severe consequences. You may experience anxiety and fear, as well as frustration and uncertainty about the law, your rights and your particular case. To ensure your safety, your first step should be to contact a highly competent criminal defense attorney.
John Vernon Moore, P.A. Law Firm, knows after decades in law that the key to effectively combat an assault and battery charge begins with a clear knowledge of the definitions and implications of each criminal charge:
- Sexual Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Assault with the Intent of Committing a Felony
- Aggravated Battery
- Battery with a Deadly weapon
- Sexual Battery
- Assault / Battery against a Police Officer / Pregnant Female / Elderly Person
- Assault with a Deadly weapon
- Battery Causing Great Bodily Harm
Assault and Battery in Florida
In Florida, assault and battery crimes include any intentional physical violence or threat of physical violence towards another person. Penalties for such charges can range from one day in prison to five years in prison, depending on the nature and severity of the alleged charges. Many people are confused about the law-related difference between assault and battery but the difference is fairly straightforward. Assault charges relate to physical harm threat, whereas battery charges involve physical harm inflicted. Penalties vary by the severity of the case, with both ranging from misdemeanors to felonies of the third degree.
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Whether it’s misdemeanors or felonies, charges of assault and battery can have a huge impact on your life ahead. You need an attorney who will undertake to your defense throughout the entire legal process, both inside and outside the court. We make ourselves readily accessible to our clients at the John Vernon Moore, P.A. Law Office, skilfully guiding them through the Florida law system. To discuss your legal matter with an experienced Florida assault and battery attorney in a free consultation call us today.
John Vernon Moore, P.A. Law Firm primarily serves clients in communities such as Titusville, Cape Canaveral, Mims, Palm Bay, Cocoa, Viera, Suntree, Cocoa Beach, Indian Harbour Beach, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Sebastian, Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Satellite Beach, and Rockledge. We also serve Brevard County – Indian River County – Osceola County – Volusia County – St. Lucie County – Orange County. With an extraordinary network of attorneys we also handle cases in every corner of Florida and around the country.