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Fight Your Assault and Battery Charges With the Help of Attorney Elizabeth Toole in Allen County, IN and the Surrounding Areas
Assault and battery are charges related to physical violence and/or the threat of physical violence. Simple assault and battery is charged as a misdemeanor, though there are many small factors that can raise it to a felony. Regardless of your personal situation, it’s always best to hire a lawyer to represent you in an assault and battery case. I advise and represent clients in the Allen County, IN area.
When Do You Need an Assault Lawyer?
In Indiana, assault is defined as intentional conduct that reasonably makes a person feel afraid of impending physical violence. This is act is typically committed in the form of a verbal threat.
When Do You Need a Battery Lawyer?
Battery must involve physical contact. This includes pushing/shoving someone, throwing an object at someone, grabbing and pulling someone’s clothing, striking someone, etc. The act must be committed intentionally to cause bodily harm. Factors that can aggravate an assault and battery charge to become a felony include:
- Using a deadly weapon
- Causing serious physical injury
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Get the guidance and representation you need to fight your charge; call my office today.
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