Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. Battery / Aggravated Battery

Broward County Battery Defense Attorney

What is Battery and Aggravated Battery?

Battery is a criminal offense defined by Florida's assault and battery statute as causing bodily injury to another by striking them against their will. Depending on the severity of the assault, it can be either a misdemeanor or a felony. If you have a prior criminal record, used a deadly weapon during the assault or injured the victim severely, battery may be classified as anywhere between a first degree misdemeanor all the way to a first degree felony. Penalties may range from up to 12 months in jail all the way to 30 years in state prison.

Whenever someone is accused or charged with this type of crime, it is considered a serious offense that requires you obtain the services of a qualified criminal defense attorney. In Broward County and Ft. Lauderdale, the Law Offices of Michael Mirer is here to protect your rights to legal counsel and provide a strong defense on your behalf.

Leading Assault & Battery Defense Lawyer

Broward County battery lawyer Michael Mirer is here to help you if you or someone you know has been accused of battery or aggravated battery in Broward County or the surrounding areas in South Florida. Attorney Mirer has over ten years experience as a criminal defense lawyer and was a former Miami-Dade prosecutor who participated in over 100 trials. Michael Mirer has the experience and background you need when facing such serious charges. Because of his background, he understands both sides of the criminal process in Florida and is therefore able to present an aggressive and thorough defense for you. For a strong defense of your battery or aggravated battery charges, Attorney Mirer is here to help you.

When facing assault and battery charges, contact the Law Offices of Michael Mirer right away!

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