Assault & Battery Lawyer in CO
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Were you arrested for an assault and battery offense? As one of the most
common charges in Colorado, assault and battery crimes can result in serious
penalties if the accused is convicted. Not only is your reputation at
risk, but you also face threats of incarceration, fines, and community
service. Why take any chances? An experienced and talented legal team
is just a phone call away.
Why Choose Mr. Cessna for Your Assault & Battery Defense?
- 20+ years of experience in criminal law
- Thousands of criminal cases successfully handled
- Licensed to defend you in any municipal, county, state, and federal court
- Former prosecutor and former cop on your side
As the firm’s lead Denver criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Cessna has
built his practice on legal excellence. He is a dedicated advocate for
his clients and is equipped to handle even the most complex charges. You
can trust Chris Cessna to fight for your best outcome with more than 20
years of experience.
What Penalties Could I Face If Convicted?
Assault and battery crimes can be classified as either misdemeanors or
felonies depending on the circumstances of the offense. Assault is defined
as knowingly causing bodily injury to another person, while battery is
defined as using threats or physical action to place a person in fear
of serious injury.
General penalties for an assault & battery charge can include:
- Restitution to the victim
- Community service
The specifics of these penalties are based on whether you are charged with
first, second, or third degree assault. No matter what the details of
your alleged offense may be, it is imperative that you avoid pleading
guilty and seek immediate legal representation.
Trust the Firm’s Denver Criminal Defense Attorney
Mr. Cessna understands that you may be fearful about what the future holds.
Fortunately, you are not alone. He is a former prosecutor who clearly
understands your need for a fair trial and will do whatever it takes to
obtain a reduced or dismissed sentence.