ASSAULT AND BATTERY

ASSAULT AND BATTERY

BATTERY VS ASSAULT CHARGES

While “battery” is often used interchangeably with “assault,” the two are different crimes, although similar. Assault and Battery: Battery refers to crimes that make contact with another person, while assault refers to the attempt to make contact. It is possible to be charged with assault without making contact with anyone, although it is not possible to be charged with battery without being charged with assault, too.

ASSAULT AND BATTERY

ASSAULT AND BATTERY

Aggravated assault refers to attacking another person with a dangerous weapon such as a blunt object, knife or gun, in a manner that is likely to cause serious harm. When a dangerous weapon is used, it is not necessary that serious bodily harm actually results for it to be charged as aggravated assault. Aggravated assault is typically associated with the commission of another crime such as robbery.
Battery can be a misdemeanor or felony. If an individual is charged with battery that does not cause injury, it will most likely be a simple battery which is a misdemeanor. If the individual was seriously injured, felony charges may be brought. There is an exception to this, however. If the individual who presses battery charges is a police officer or civil servant with special protection, an otherwise misdemeanor battery can be classified as a felony.
Misdemeanor battery charges have a potential sentence of up to three years of informal probation, six months in county jail, a $2,000 maximum fine, community service, and completion of a batterer’s program. Felony charges carry potential sentence of up to four years in state prison and formal probation.

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If you or a loved one has been arrested for assault, battery, or aggravated assault, call Stan the Bail Man Bail Bonds today. We offer 24 hour bail bonds to make it as fast and easy as possible to get your loved one out of jail. We will ask you a few basic questions, including the name of the inmate, the bail amount, the inmate’s birth date, and where they were arrested to get the bail bond process started. Once the bail bond is approved, we will only need you to sign a few forms which may be done at our nearby office or at the jail.

 

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