Aggravated Battery and Violent Crime

Facing violent crime charges or even informal allegations can be a frightening time for any individual. If you have been charged with aggravated battery, it is best to find a criminal lawyer who can help you prepare a strong defense. At Scott W. Sheen & Associates, we give our clients the support and advocacy they need throughout their particular case.

We build a strong wall of defense for your side of the story and presentation of facts to defend you against this serious accusation. Our attorneys are familiar with the laws related to aggravated battery and violent crime charges.

Most importantly, we have the knowledge to protect your constitutional rights and the decades of experience needed for a successful defense. Our goal is to get the best possible outcome in your case and safeguard your future.

Our aggravated battery attorneys carefully investigate the circumstances of your arrest to ensure that your rights were protected throughout the arresting process.

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Aggravated battery indicates that you are suspected of causing serious injury to another person. There does not have to be a threat, nor does the victim have to feel fear to prove a battery. This is a felony charge, and its conviction carries serious consequences.

A violent crime conviction can have a severe impact on your livelihood and your liberty. As we navigate your charges, we will protect your rights to the fullest extent to obtain the best possible results.

Law enforcement is trained to investigate and arrest those suspected of aggravated battery and other violent crimes. They will question any witnesses. They will aggressively press the accused to obtain a statement that will help the prosecution build their case.

Our defense tactics will examine whether the police followed their own best practices in conducting an investigation. We will closely examine the police work that went into the charges you are facing. Any failure to respect your rights or conduct a rigorous investigation can serve as the basis for a strong defense.

It’s vital to consult an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can advise you through this challenging period. Choosing the right attorney can mean the difference between a permanent criminal record and walking out of court, breathing a sigh of relief.

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