Type of Crime:
Assault and Battery Crimes
Assault is defined as: an intentional act, coupled with the present ability, to commit a violent injury upon another. In criminal law, assault is commonly described as an attempted battery however, unlike the crime of battery, no physical contact is necessary to be convicted of assault. If you, or someone you know has been charged with the crime of assault, it is important that you retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney as this crime can result in severe consequences including, either a misdemeanor or felony charge, jail time, fines, an order of restitution to the victim, and a mark on your criminal record for life. Kenner & Greenfield are highly skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys with extensive experience in all aspects of criminal defense. Kenner & Greenfield are committed to providing their clients with the most effective defense strategy possible. Please contact Kenner & Greenfield today!