Were You Charged With Assault And Battery?
There are usually two sides to a dispute that leads to assault and battery charges. Unfortunately, police often only listen to one side: that of the person who was most seriously injured.
For more than 70 years, people in Georgia have turned to the criminal defense law firm of Garland, Samuel & Loeb in Atlanta to protect their rights following criminal charges such as assault and battery. To protect your rights, call our attorneys at 404-975-0459 for a free initial consultation. Our attorneys are known throughout Georgia and the nation for the results we have obtained for clients in negotiations with prosecutors and at trial.
Do You Have a Defense?
A conviction for violent crime can affect your life long after you serve the time or probation. It can harm your reputation, make it harder to find a job or rent an apartment, and more. If you are charged with a felony, you can lose your right to own firearms and your right to vote. Before you plead guilty to any criminal offense, discuss your case with an experienced defense lawyer.
There are defenses to accusations of assault and battery. Here are some examples:
- You did not commit the crime.
- You were defending yourself or another person.
- The prosecutor overcharged you.
Our attorneys will make sure the prosecutor — and a jury if necessary — hears both sides. We provide skilled advocacy for people who are facing serious charges such as assault and battery and domestic violence. Our goal is to minimize the consequences you face.