Assault and Battery Charges
Assault and Battery is the combination of two violent crimes. Assault is the the threat of immediate violence and battery is the act of physical violence.
Your Questions Answered
Q: What is the difference between assault and battery?
Protecting You Against Assault and Battery Charges
Violent crimes result in serious consequence and are aggressively prosecuted. Convictions result in lengthy jail sentences. Many times there are defenses available including self defense or the defense of others. Skillfully employed, these defenses will excuse your actions from any criminal penalty.
Our defense practice against these charges includes representing clients charged in municipal, state and federal courts with:
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Domestic Assault & Battery
- Sexual Assault & Battery
- Aggravated Battery
What to Expect
After determining the circumstances of your arrest, we can begin to develop a defense strategy that will either defeat or reduce the charges against you. I’m prepared to try every case and only if the evidence dictates should you consider a plea agreement. You are involved in every stage of the process.
David Langston Protects Your Rights
Don't delay when facing a criminal conviction. Protect your rights by contacting David Langston at Langston Law, Chartered in Olathe, Kansas.Call me at 913-341-8530 for your free consultation.
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