Dallas Assault & Battery Defense Attorney
Violent crime is composed of four offenses: murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Violent crimes are defined in the UCR Program as those offenses which involve force or threat of force.
Dallas County Assault with a Deadly Weapon Lawyer
When you are charged with assault and battery, the Law Offices of Robert S. Gregg is prepared to handle your criminal defense. We offer aggressive assault and battery criminal defense to protect your rights.
Contact our law firm to speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney. Lawyer Robert Gregg has more than 20 years of experience representing clients. Mr. Gregg has a track record of getting his clients' cases dismissed and keeping their records clean. Mr. Gregg handles hundreds of cases in Dallas and Fort Worth courts each year.
Assault versus Battery Charges
Assault and battery are actually two separate crimes. Assault involves a threat of physical harm or an attempt to injure someone with violence. Battery, on the other hand, is usually the charge where a victim is actually injured because of physical violence. Assault and battery charges can be either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Whether you are charged with misdemeanor or felony assault and battery, a tough lawyer will protect your rights. It is important to hire a criminal defense lawyer who understands the local laws and rules. Without the intimate knowledge of the local court system, your defense attorney could fail to effectively represent your case.
Dallas and Fort Worth Assault and Battery Defense
When you hire us to defend against serious assault or battery charges, we use our extensive trial experience to mount a strong defense for you. In addition to our founding attorney Gregg, we have another lawyer and 10 paralegals ready to work on your case. When you seek our criminal defense attorney, you will receive exceptional service.
We work aggressively to get your assault or battery charges dismissed or work out a plea bargain with the prosecutor.* We will do our best for you based on the facts and legal circumstances of your case. Contact us after you are charged with assault or battery so we can begin working on your criminal defense.
* Each case is different and we will attempt to get the best results based on the factual and legal circumstances of your case.