Assault And Domestic Violence Charges: We Will Defend Your Rights
Violent crimes, even misdemeanors, can lead to significant penalties. You may have to spend time behind bars, you will have to pay steep fines and your criminal record may negatively influence your future job applications or prevent you from getting promoted.
At The Law Office of Ronald L. Schwartz, we can help. We will thoroughly analyze the facts and circumstances of your case. With 35 years of experience defending against criminal charges originating in College Park and throughout Prince George’s County, including assault and domestic violence, we have the practical knowledge to help our clients move past a difficult time.
Throughout your case, we will defend your rights aggressively, keep you informed and do all we can to either have your case dismissed or mitigate any penalties associated with your charges. To learn how we can help you in your defense, call us at 301-892-3410. We are located in College Park, Maryland, and represent clients throughout Prince George’s and Montgomery counties.
If you have been charged with domestic violence, including assault of a family member, you may be facing significant penalties and possibly a protective order that prevents you from contacting your family. It is important when faced with allegations of domestic violence to work with an honest, objective criminal defense lawyer who can clearly explain your rights. Because allegations of domestic abuse are emotional for everyone involved, it is important you have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side who can ensure that your rights are protected and you are aware of your legal options.
Misdemeanor Assault And Battery (Second-Degree Assault)
You do not have to throw a punch, injure someone or be in a fight to be charged with assault. Making “offensive physical contact” with someone, regardless of force, can lead to criminal charges. You can also be charged with assault for attempting to make offensive physical contact or intentionally frightening someone with the threat of imminent physical violence.
Assault and battery, however it arises, is a serious charge. While second-degree assault is technically a misdemeanor, it carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
Protect Your Rights And Your Future When Faced With Assault Charges
You do not have to face the stress and complexity of the criminal justice system alone. Having defended clients against criminal charges relating to assault for 35 years, The Law Office of Ronald L. Schwartz can provide practical experience and a depth of legal knowledge that will allow you to defend your rights and fight your charges to the greatest extent possible. Call us at 301-892-3410 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney.