Have you been charged with the crime of aggravated battery? Typically a felony offense, aggravated battery charge can incur very serious penalties if convicted. This crime is charged when the use of a deadly weapon is used to cause serious bodily injury or when the intent by the perpetrator is to cause serious bodily harm.
To be convicted of aggravated battery, the judge will have to make a specific finding of the facts that would cause the offense to be elevated from battery to aggravated battery. This occurs when it is discovered that the offender intentionally inflicted serious injury to the victim.
At the Law Office of Jeff Manciagli, my firm can fight on your behalf and help you achieve the best possible results to your aggravated battery case. Contact the Atlanta criminal defense lawyer at my firm at your earliest convenience for the powerful representation you need!
My firm has the resources to help you obtain a positive case outcome. I can help you determine the best possible defense option for your specific case. Self-defense is the most common defense options available. This defense can be used to show that you did not use force that was out of context with the other party's threat.
Other defense options include:
During a free case evaluation, my goal is to gain a solid understanding of your case and the circumstances to build a strong defense. After being charged with aggravated battery, your first step should be to pick up the phone and call the Atlanta criminal defense attorney at my firm.
I have a strong knowledge of the laws that can affect your case. Contact my firm at (770) 884-4708 for the legal guidance you need!