Charged with Assault & Battery in Alabama?
John Stamps is an experienced defense attorney who can help you defend your assault & battery charges. At its most basic, a battery is touching another person in a harmful or offensive way, without their permission. Often, assault and battery will be charged together, but you can be charged with assault even in cases where there is no physical contact. If someone is afraid they are about to be harmed, this may be considered an assault.
Assault & Battery Defense
Assault & battery charges are frequently pursued in domestic violence cases or in cases of fighting. Often, it is difficult to establish what happened, as the crime may have happened in private with only the victim’s accusation as evidence. It is imperative that you work with an experienced attorney to determine your best defense. There may be issues of self-defense or motivations behind the accusations that an experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to address.
Your best chance at defending against the charges is to speak to an attorney right away. The Black Belt Law Center, P.C. has been “Fighting the Good Fight” for clients accused of assault & battery for many years. By retaining The Black Belt Law Center, P.C. as soon as possible after your arrest, you can ensure that your rights will be preserved and that you will have a strong defense. Call us now at (866) JTLAW-66 or (866) 585-2966 today for a consultation.