Orlando Assault & Battery Defense Lawyer

Assault and battery cases range from fairly simple bar fights and confrontations to domestic violence and assault and battery with a deadly weapon.  If you have been charged with any of these crimes, an experienced criminal defense lawyer can help you quickly and effectively resolve your legal matter.

Generally speaking an assault occurs when an action or a threat places someone in imminent fear of bodily injury or death.  Battery occurs when there is a physical touching of the victim. Some defenses to these crimes are self-defense, defense of others and defense of property.  At the Law Office of Travis Williams, we have successfully defended clients charged with a variety of assault and battery charges including:

  • Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
  • Assault
  • Aggravated battery with a deadly weapon
  • Domestic violence
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Battery

If a deadly weapon is involved, there could be mandatory guidelines that a court will follow when sentencing you on felony assault and battery charges.  At the Law Office of Travis Williams, we have extensive experience helping clients understand the sentencing guidelines and how these guidelines will affect their case.

Domestic violence

Domestic violence charges can carry serious penalties that can affect you long into the future.  How might a domestic violence conviction impact a future child custody proceeding? If you have been arrested or are being charged with a domestic disturbance, we can help you protect your interests when facing these complicated matters.

Often times, domestic violence charges result because a police officer jumps to a conclusion without evidence.  As a result, family conflicts can turn into criminal charges.  Ultimately, it is the prosecutor or State Attorney who charges the crime.   Attorney, Travis Williams is a former Orange and Osceola State Prosecutor and at The Law Office of Travis Williams, we do our best to prevent charges being filed.  If charges do get filed, we will do our best to get them dismissed.

Contact a hard-working, aggressive attorney

If you have been arrested or are being charged with either a misdemeanor or felony assault or battery, contact an attorney who is committed to providing a skilled and effective criminal defense.  Call or e-mail our Orlando, Orange County law office at 407-425-4755 to discuss how we can help you.

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