Assault and Battery

If You've Been Charged with Assault or Battery in California, the Next Move You Make is Crucial.

 


In California, Penal Code 240 defines an assault as an attempt to use force or violence on someone else. Battery, on the other hand, is the actual use of force or violence on someone else. Simple battery consists of any willful and unlawful use of force or violence on someone else.

In Los Angeles and surrounding counties, assault or battery can be treated as either a misdemeanor that may result in probation or anger management classes, or as a serious felony that may result in severe punishment including substantial time in prison.

To avoid serious, life-tarnishing consequences resulting from a conviction, it is CRUCIAL to have an experienced and knowledge criminal defense attorney who will build you a strong defense and defend your rights.

Knowing the Local Courts & Judges

Every courthouse in Southern California has its own way of doing things, and we've developed relationships with judges & prosecutors that you'll get to use to your advantage. Our winning team of criminal defense lawyers includes former prosecutors and police officers, so we know firsthand how cops and district attorneys put together criminal cases against you.

At Shouse Law Firm, we've won 1000s of cases in Los Angeles and surrounding cities, with a track record of success with defending domestic violence accusations.


"All the good reviews online were right, best decision I have ever made. Hiring these guys saved my life." - J.B. Torrance


If you are facing assault or battery charges in Los Angeles, the prosecution is already building their case against you, so don't waste ANY time. And don't say anything to police or detectives about your case, as that can be used against you in the court of law.

Getting Criminal Charges Reduced and Dropped is What We Do. Call (855) 235-4929 for a FREE Confidential Consultation.

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