Assault & Battery

If you have been charged with an Assault or Battery, you should seek legal advice immediately.

Assault and Battery are actually two different crimes.  Assault is the threat or attempt of force or battery; battery is the actual violence or contact that occurs.

Because these two crimes often occur at the same time they are usually prosecuted together. Both assault and battery can be considered violent crimes and can carry serious penalties, including jail time. If you are convicted of assault and battery, you may spend time imprisoned, pay large fines, have trouble finding or keeping employment, and possibly be required to attend some counseling or anger management classes.

It’s imperative that you have a qualified attorney represent you.

Mike Niewiadomy has experience defending Assault and Battery cases and can help you.  He will aggressively and vigorously defend you and protect your rights under the law.