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Assault & Battery Defense Attorney in Las Vegas

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One of the most common and widely recognized forms of assault is assault and battery. Ranging from simple misdemeanor charges to serious felonies, assault and battery charges can carry severe criminal penalties and cause permanent damage to a person’s reputation. If you have been accused of assault and battery, a powerful Las Vegas violent crime attorney from the Law Office of David R. Fischer can aggressively defend you in court and minimize your chances of serving these consequences.

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Are “Assault” and “Battery” the Same Crime?

Assault and battery are actually two separate charges in the state of Nevada, though these charges oftentimes go hand in hand with one other and are charged against a defendant at the same time. Assault is the act of unlawfully attempting to use physical force against another person or intentionally causing another person to fear bodily harm. Battery, on the other hand, involves actually using unlawful, unwanted force against another person. Under these definitions, a victim does not have to suffer injury in order for a defendant to be convicted of assault or battery in Nevada.

What Are the Penalties for Assault & Battery in Nevada?

Charges of assault and battery can expose a person to a number of harsh penalties. While these crimes are generally charged as misdemeanors and can carry relatively minor consequences in their most basic forms, a number of aggravating scenarios can cause these penalties to increase dramatically. At minimum, an accused person can face six months in jail and $1,000 in fines. In a worst-case scenario, however, a person can face a staggering 20 years in prison and fines up to $10,000.

Penalties will vary depending on the following factors:

  • If the defendant had intent to kill
  • The defendant’s prior convictions
  • Whether or not the victim was a member of a protected class
  • Whether or not a weapon was used
  • The extent of a victim’s injuries

Retain an Award-Winning Defense Today

If you are facing charges of assault, battery, or both, it is imperative you retain the services of a top-rated criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to protect your future and freedom. At the Law Office of David R. Fischer, our trial-tested Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer understands the gravity of your situation and can provide the zealous defense you need to help you get through this difficult time. We truly believe you are innocent until proven guilty, and we are committed to treating you with the respect and dignity you deserve at all times throughout the duration of your case. Do not leave your future in the hands of an inexperienced public defender. Let us put our vast skills and knowledge to work for you so you can face your future with much needed peace of mind.

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Our Victories

  • Reduced to Assault Assault with deadly weapon
  • PROBATION Attempt to Evade Peace Officer
  • DISMISSED Attempted Murder
  • JURY ACQUITTED Attempted Murder
  • Dismissed Battery
  • DISMISSED Battery
  • DISMISSED Battery
  • DISMISSED Battery & Domestic Violence
  • Case Dismissed Battery (misdemeanor)
  • DISMISSED Battery Constituting Domestic Violence