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Assault and battery are offences that can result in at least six months in prison, fines, and/or community service. Alternative sentences may be imposed for offenders who have previously engaged in criminal activity and who have not suffered significant injuries due to the attack.
We welcome you to contact our Common Assault Solicitors in London to learn more about legal assistance in such circumstances. If you require comprehensive legal advice and representation in a court of law, our team of assault solicitors in London is at your disposal.
The terms “assault” and “battery” have different meanings
Assault is a criminal offence in which a person uses threatening behaviour and/or violence to hurt another person. Even if there is no physical contact, an assault is the criminal definition used for prosecuting offenders. Assault is defined as a crime committed to hurt someone or put the victim in reasonable fear. In other words, a person can be charged with assault if they act in a harmful manner in front of others.
In the instance of violence, a person who negligently harms another person might be charged with significant offences. For example, this is a battery case if there is an offensive contact involved. Those accused of assault and/or battery should get comprehensive legal counsel from our Common Assault Lawyers London. These are unique situations that necessitate the expertise of assault and battery lawyers in London, which our team can provide.
Are you in need of legal assistance? Our Common Assault Solicitors in London are here to help
Our Common Assault Lawyers London can provide complete legal support to those accused of assault and/or battery:
- If the offender is detained, our assault lawyers can provide legal help at the police station.
- If your case is not supported by solid evidence, our London assault lawyers will seek bail on your behalf.
- It is comforting to know that you have the right to remain silent and refuse to answer any questions until you have spoken with a criminal lawyer in London.
- The police will have to explain the allegations levelled against you.
Whenever there is an urgency, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us call you back. Of course, you can also directly call us on 02039300780.