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Have you been accused of battery, arrested, and charged for the crime, or simply targeted by a criminal investigation following battery allegations? You need to acknowledge that your rights and future wellbeing are hanging in the balance. Putting up a legal fight to prevent sentencing penalties like high fines and imprisonment needs to be a top priority.
At the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld, P.A., you can work with a highly-experienced and reputable West Palm Beach criminal defense lawyer, Greg Rosenfeld. He has the strong insight and impressive history of positive case results and client testimonials you should expect from the legal professional standing up for your rights.
Some of Attorney Rosenfeld’s most notable accomplishments include:
This is the right time to fight your battery charges. Contact his law office as soon as you can.
Florida law defines the violent crime of misdemeanor battery as:
Simple battery is a first degree misdemeanor in Florida. You could be punished with up to one year in jail, one year of probation, and a $1,000 fine.
If you have another battery conviction on your criminal record, then the State can charge you with a third degree felony. In such a situation, the penalties upon conviction could reach a maximum of five years in prison, five years or probation, and a $5,000 fine.
Florida law defines the violent crime of felony battery as:
Felony battery is a third degree felony. You could be punished with up to five years in prison, five years of probation, and a $5,000 fine.
Florida law defines the violent crime of aggravated battery as:
Aggravated battery is a second degree felony. You could be punished with up to fifteen years in prison, fifteen year of probation, and a $10,000 fine.
Within the definition of battery in Florida, there is room for an experienced violent crimes defense lawyer, like Attorney Greg Rosenfeld of West Palm Beach, to start crafting your defense. The law is largely dependent on your intent during the alleged act. Without criminal intent, there is arguably no crime at all, even if the victim did indeed suffer an injury. It could be possible to convince the court to dismiss your charges before your case develops further.
Potential defenses to use for your battery case could include:
Keep in mind that every battery defense case is unique, and so the defenses you use will have to be unique to your situation. All, some, one, or none of the aforementioned defenses might apply to your case. You will need to sit down with Attorney Greg Rosenfeld during a FREE consultation and discuss what happened to figure out the best possible approach to your defense.
Your future matters – fight for it! Call his law firm at (561) 475-5550 right away!
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