Like domestic violence disputes, it is extremely common for assault and battery charges to stem from heated arguments gone wrong. Additionally, due to mandatory arrest laws, you could be the one going downtown in the back of a police cruiser, even if you didn’t start the fight, simply because you weren’t the one who called the police.
Luckily, if you’ve been arrested on assault or battery charges, there are things you can do to protect your future moving forward.
We urge you to give our team a call today (305) 330-1360 to discuss your situation and begin working on a plan to give you the best possible chance of fighting your charges.
Beating Your Charges
While an arrest can make you feel as if your life will be forever changed, that’s rarely the case, if handled properly.
The first thing you should do following an arrest for assault or battery is to discuss your situation with an experienced legal team. Speaking with a team of experienced attorneys gives you the opportunity to discuss your situation and work together to build a strong case to defend yourself.
Our team is ready to help you put your charges behind you by building a compelling defense. Some of the most common defenses for assault and battery charges include:
- Acting to defend yourself (self-defense)
- Acting to defend others
- Acting to defend property
- A lack of evidence or conflict in the evidence
- Mutual force
A Brighter Future Ahead
If you’ve been arrested on assault or battery charges, our team is here to help. The sooner you get started, the better your chances are of getting your charges lessened or dropped completely.
Call us today (305) 330-1360 to learn more about how we can help you over a free consultation.