Experienced Missouri Defense Lawyer Represents Clients Charged with Assault and Battery
Skilled attorney defends residents of the St. Charles area facing violent crime charges
If you are charged with assault or battery, you may be facing prison time. You need an attorney who is determined and serious about fighting for you, one with the experience and knowledge to succeed. At Nick Brockmeyer, Attorney at Law, I defend individuals in the St. Charles area and throughout Missouri accused of assault or battery. I am a true advocate for your rights if you are charged with these or other violent crimes.
Knowledgeable counselor understands assault and battery
Generally, assault is the threat of violence, and battery is any violent or unwanted touching. These charges vary by state, and the names of the two crimes are often used interchangeably. In some states, they are not considered separate offenses. Actions such as hitting, kicking, punching or pushing are considered to be assaults. Many other actions such as grabbing or spitting can also lead to these charges. I fight all types of assault and battery charges on behalf of my clients.
Proven advocate handles a range of assault cases
Assaults occur for a variety of reasons. Many assault or battery charges stem from simple fights. In these cases, I will work to show that you were acting in self-defense and are not a violent criminal. Other assaults are gang-related or occur in conjunction with other crimes such as robbery. Assaults of a sexual nature are treated differently by the law. In all cases, I will present a strong defense in an attempt to preserve your freedom.
Dedicated defense lawyer works to reduce assault charges
Most states have a variety of assault charges such as aggravated assault or assault in the first degree. Depending on the facts of your case, the state may choose to charge you with a higher-level crime than is necessary. I will work to get your charges reduced through a variety of pretrial motions. I also fight to get clients the most lenient sentence possible under the circumstances.
Contact a committed Missouri criminal defense attorney for assault or battery charges
If you're charged with assault or battery, you need a strong defense. Call Nick Brockmeyer, Attorney at Law at 833-661-1317 or contact me online to schedule your free consultation at my St. Charles office.