Being charged with assault and battery in Virginia is serious, and a conviction could lead to serious penalties. Assault and battery offenses could lead to a misdemeanor or felony charge in Virginia, depending on the nature and severity of the alleged offense. At Randall Page, P.C., our skilled and experienced team is standing by to help when you need a Virginia criminal defense attorney by your side. We will conduct a complete investigation into the charges against you and help get them reduced or dismissed altogether. If you are facing these charges in the Courtland, Suffolk, Emporia, or Lawrenceville areas, contact us today.
We can find assault and battery laws covered in the Virginia code of laws, section 18.2-57. As we examine the language of this law, we find there are various sections associated with this law that each has varying penalties.
If you or somebody you love is facing assault and battery charges in or around the Courtland, Suffolk, Emporia, or Lawrenceville areas of Virginia, contact the team at Randall Page, P.C. for help today. We pledge to conduct a complete investigation into the charges against you so we can formulate a solid defense on your behalf. We will work with prosecutors in an effort to get the charges reduced or dismissed so you can get back to living your life. When you need a Virginia assault and battery defense attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or by calling 757-517-8956.
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