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Facing Battery Charges in Florida?

Get Attentive Legal Guidance from Seltzer Mayberg, LLC

You may be charged with battery if you touch another person in an unwanted way, regardless of the outcome.

Some of the actions, if intentional that can result in charge of battery include:

  • Touching
  • Hitting
  • Slapping
  • Kicking

The penalties you face may increase if you are accused of using a weapon or committing battery against a pregnant woman or police officer. Though battery starts as a simple misdemeanor, it can become a felony under aggravated circumstances.

If charged, do not wait to contact our Miami criminal defense attorney at Seltzer Mayberg, LLC!

Understanding Your Assault Charge

Oftentimes, a simple misunderstanding can lead to allegations of battery. That is why it is so crucial that you work with a skilled Miami criminal defense lawyer who can argue your case and represent your rights. At Seltzer Mayberg, LLC, we have years of past experience and insight into the criminal justice system. You can be confident knowing that your battery case is in capable hands.

The Consequences of a Battery Conviction

Law enforcement agencies in the state of Florida are tough on those who have been accused of unlawfully assaulting another, whether it involves intentionally causing physical damage or of gaining sexual gratification. For this reason, the penalties that are waged against defendants who have been convicted of a battery offense are often severe.

According to Florida laws, the penalties for battery crimes are:

  • Battery: Up to 1 year in jail and a $1,000 fine
  • Aggravated Battery: Up to 15 years in jail and a $10,000 fine

If you have been charged with either of these crimes, it is important to take action immediately. Being convicted of even a misdemeanor battery offense can land you in jail for up to one year, so you should not hesitate to enlist the professional assistance that you will need to successfully combat a guilty verdict.

Contact a Miami Criminal Defense Attorney

David S. Seltzer is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who is prepared to take on your case. Do not delay; let an experienced former prosecutor help protect your good name and reputation. Free, confidential consultations are available to potential clients and their loved ones around-the-clock.

Call us today or contact us online for a free, confidential consultation. We make ourselves available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

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