Olathe Aggravated Battery Defense Attorney
Information about Aggravated Battery
Battery is defined generally as any unlawful and willful use of violence or force on an individual, or the unlawful touching or striking of another against their will. Aggravated battery is battery with an aggravating factor, such as a weapon. It can also include battery against a protected person (such as a child, elderly person, or government agent), battery in which the victim suffers serious injury, or battery which occurs in a protected place (such as public transit or a school zone). Aggravated battery is considered a very serious person felony in Kansas, and can bring penalties of up to 43 months in prison for a first offense. Other penalties that may be included are probation, loss of the right to possess or own firearms, and substantial fines. If you have been charged with aggravated battery, it is advised that you hire an Olathe criminal defense attorney right away, who can protect your rights and give you the best possible chance at a fair and just trial.
Aggravated Battery Attorney in Johnson County
The consequences of an aggravated battery conviction can be very serious. The conviction can remain on your criminal record as a felony for a very long time, and this can cause you difficulty in the future when you are trying to obtain a job or purchase a home. That is why it is crucial to have a skilled attorney representing you in your case. I, John E. Harvell, P.A., have defended countless clients in their criminal cases, and I have considerable experience in fighting for the best possible case outcomes for those whom I represent. If you have been charged with aggravated battery, call my law firm today. I can provide you with the professional legal help you need to give you the best chance of a satisfactory resolution to your case.
If you have been charged with aggravated battery,
contact an Olathe aggravated battery attorney
today for legal help in your case.