Assault And Battery
Assault and battery are two intentional torts that can be the subject of a personal injury lawsuit. They are two separate crimes, but assault and battery often occur together. In assault and battery cases, the victims sue the perpetrator for civil damages. Assault is defined as the act that causes a fear of imminent harmful or offensive touching. However, episodes of assault can also occur without any kind of physical contact. Battery is defined as the act of intentional physical contact. Acts of offensive touching are also classified as battery where the victim has not given consent to be touched. If you are facing an assault and battery charge in Florida, or if you have been a victim of assault and battery, get in touch with an Okaloosa County Assault & Battery Lawyer. You can call (850) 423-0035 to speak with an Assault & Battery attorney in Florida Panhandle. We also provide services in Jefferson County and Madison County.
- An Overview Of Assault
- An Overview Of Battery
- How Are Assault And Battery Charges Defined In Florida?
- What Factors Can Enhance Or Aggravate An Assault Charge?
- What Items Can Be Considered As Deadly Weapons In An Assault Scenario?
- What Are The Potential Defenses In Assault And Battery Cases?
- What Are The Sentencing Guidelines For Assault And Battery Cases?
- What Are The Common Mistakes People Make In Assault And Battery Cases?
- Comparison Between A Negotiated Dismissal And A Diversion Program
- Does Someone Need A Lawyer For A First Time Battery Charge?
- Do I Still Need An Attorney If I Plan On Pleading Guilty?
- Will Getting Counseling Prior To Trial Help My Case?
- What Effect Does Brain Imaging Have On A Defense?
- How Is Your Approach To Handling Assault And Battery Cases Unique?
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