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Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer

Assault and Battery charges are not the type of thing that you want to face alone. They can quickly move from bad to worse from the time of the event until you get to court. What can you do to protect yourself? Hiring the right Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer can be your best bet.

How is Assault and Battery Defined

When it comes to your case, it is important that you understand how Assault and Battery is defined in Massachusetts. The state of Massachusetts describes Assault and Battery as touching another person. It goes on to say that you must touch them without having right or excuse for you to do so. Another thing to keep in mind is what the prosecution must prove for you to be found guilty. The first thing is that you intended to touch the victim and did not do so by mistake. Also, they must prove that you touched someone with the intent of causing bodily harm and without the victims consent. Your Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer does not need to prove that you did not do this, but merely show Reasonable Doubt whether your did or not.

Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer – Varying Penalties

If your Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer can not show reasonable doubt you can face a variety of penalties. You are likely to be sentenced to two and half years of jail time as well as a fine of up to 1,000 dollars. These penalties can also be increased to up to five years of prison time and a fine of up to 5,000 dollars if you are found to have committed Assault and Battery in these situations:

  • If you caused serious bodily injury to another person
  • If you committed an assault and battery on a victim who you know is pregnant
  • If you committed an assault and battery on someone who currently has a restraining order against you

Serious bodily injury is defined as when the injury results in permanent disfigurement, loss of body part or function, or substantial risk of death. If you are charged with Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, Your Boston Assault And Battery Lawyer must also show reasonable doubt as to whether you in fact used a dangerous weapon. If you are convicted of Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon or Assault and Battery on a person Over 60, you could be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.

Contacting A Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer

All in all, you can see that these types of charges can quickly add up and become even harder to defend. It is crucial that if have been arrested that you contact a Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer as soon as possible. The Law Office of Boston Assault and Battery Lawyer James G. DeGiacomo will represent you and give you the best defense available. We have many years of experience with criminal defense and want to make sure that you get the best results possible. If you would like to contact us, we are available at any time at (617) 941-3666.

What Makes This Firm Different?

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  • Available to Clients 24/7
  • Nearly a Decade of Legal Experience
  • Successfully Defended Hundreds of Clients
  • Former Prosecutor & Knows How That Side Thinks
  • Represented Clients in MA District, Superior, & Appellate Courts

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