Framingham Assault And Battery Lawyer
Any type of physical altercation may result in criminal charges. After 25 years of experience handling assault and battery cases, attorney Francis M. Doran, Jr., understands that many of these cases arise from a moment of poor decision-making caused by hurt pride or ego, and are sometimes fueled by alcohol.
Do Not Talk To The Police; Talk To A Lawyer First
Regardless of the circumstances surrounding an altercation, it is important that you speak with an attorney right away to avoid making the situation worse. Any statements you make can form the basis of an arrest or conviction, whether or not the complainant testifies.
Contact Doran & Doran, P.C., to speak with a Framingham assault defense attorney today.
Types Of Assault And Battery Charges
Attorney Francis M. Doran, Jr., represents people who have been charged with all degrees of assault and battery, including:
- Misdemeanor assault and battery
- Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon
- Assault and battery against a police officer or other officer of the law
- Assault and battery against a person aged 60 or older
- Aggravated assault and battery
Mr. Doran understands the various levels of evidence and intent required for, as well as the penalties associated with, all degrees of assault and battery. Regardless of the specific degree of assault and battery with which you are charged, he will fight to ensure that your rights and freedoms are protected.
Accord And Satisfaction For Minor Criminal Charges
Assault and battery charges may arise out of an altercation at the bar, at a college party, in a heated argument between neighbors, or may be the result of domestic violence. A legal mechanism called accord and satisfaction can be used to quickly resolve minor civil matters and can facilitate the dismissal of minor criminal charges where both the victim and defendant agree. There are also many avenues available for alleged victims who have changed their minds and wish to drop charges.
Evaluate Your Options
In Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Marlborough and throughout the West Metro in Massachusetts, call battery charge attorney Frank Doran at 508-653-1761 or contact Doran & Doran, P.C., online. There is no charge for the first meeting.