Battery Crimes in Illinois
Representation from a Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney
Although assault and battery are often grouped together in the criminal defense world, battery is actually quite different. A person can be charged with battery when they intentionally cause bodily harm to another individual. This can manifest itself in a number of different ways, which may affect the severity of the penalties. Aggravated battery is a more serious form of the same crime.
Any of the following acts may be considered aggravated battery:
- Use of a deadly weapon
- Knowing that the harmed individual is pregnant
- Concealed identity during the offense
- Knowing that the harmed person is 60 years or older
- Is on public property during the incident
If you have been charged with battery, turn to the Law Offices of Mitch Furman. I consistently strive to achieve the best for my clients and have over a decade of legal experience. With a strong understanding of Illinois law, you don't have to turn to any other criminal defense attorney in Chicago.
Protecting Your Future & Your Rights
A battery conviction can damage your relationships, your employment, and your future plans. Not only does it create a social stigma, it also carries harsh penalties that are difficult to recover from. Imprisonment, fines, and community service are all common consequences if the court finds you guilty. This is why your choice of representation is imperative.
Should you choose to retain my firm, much of the success of your case rests on my shoulders. I am fully equipped to shoulder this responsibility and be the advocate you need. My firm has a solid reputation for being honest and straightforward, something many attorneys sacrifice to put on a good face for their clients. At the Law Offices of Mitch Furman, you can expect authenticity throughout the entirety of your case.
I am passionate about defending your rights, so why go another day without legal representation? Schedule your free consultation today to speak with a Chicago criminal defense attorney.