Battery

If you are arrested or charged with battery, skillful legal representation is required. The Caldarone Law Group, P.A., is a legal practice devoted to superior client service, professional ethics and quality representation. I am attorney Justin P. Caldarone, and I am dedicated to representing clients in Naples, Florida, in criminal law matters that include battery.

Naples Battery And Aggravated Battery Defense Attorney

Due to many years of legal experience, I understand the nuances of what can be involved with a battery charge. Sometimes, a client can be involved with an incident unknowingly.

Battery involves intentionally touching or striking another person against that person's will. Typically, physical harm requiring medical attention occurs. If severe physical injuries are involved with an allegation of battery, the charge can become aggravated battery, which is a felony.

Depending on the existence of any criminal history and the severity of physical harm, a regular battery charge can be considered as a first-degree misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of 364 days in a county jail or a third-degree felony with a maximum penalty of five years in state prison. Additional penalties can include the payment for medical care bills that amount to thousands of dollars.

With so much at stake for a battery charge, it is important seek representation soon after the alleged incident of battery occurred. I am skilled at handling all aspects of battery matters and will zealously fight to protect your rights during every step of the legal process.

Marco Island Domestic Battery Attorney

If you would like to discuss a battery charge or arrest with an experienced lawyer, contact me today. Please call 239-244-3242 or send an email to arrange a free initial consultation.