A Physical Altercation Can Result In A Criminal Charge
A bar fight or other disagreement can become a charge of assault before you know it. Imagine your team is losing, and a fan of the other team is taunting you. The atmosphere can become heated. If there is liquor involved, the constant antagonism can escalate from competitive banter to a physical altercation. When you make the mistake of falling prey to antagonism, you will want our skilled criminal defense attorney as your representation.
For more than 15 years, Terry Hess Law has advocated for and protected the rights of college students, recent grads and first-time offenders. We believe that there is a second chance for those who may have made a mistake. We will provide you with competent and qualified legal counsel to guide you to the best possible outcome for your assault and battery charge. You will want to explore the alternatives to a plea by consulting our compassionate and judgment-free lawyer.
The Various Types Of Assault And Battery
There are different types of assault and battery that can bring forth a criminal allegation. The different types include, but are not limited to:
- Simple assault
- Aggravated assault
- Sexual assault
In Pennsylvania, the two main types of assault are simple and aggravated. Even the lowest level assault charge can lead to jail time, costly fines and an uncertain future. Do not put your life goals at risk by pleading guilty when you should preserve your innocence. Contact attorney Terry Hess to help you deal with your legal matters.
Alleviate The Stress Of Dealing With Your Legal Matter On Your Own
Terry Hess Law provides legal advocacy in a judgment-free setting. We will guide you to your best possible solution with competent and qualified legal counsel. Rely on us to handle your legal matters while you carry on with your routine.
Contact us at our State College office by calling 814-876-3302 for your free initial office, jail or phone consultation. You can also schedule your consultation by filling out this online contact form.
We want you to be prepared at every step of your case. In most cases, we can provide clients with a flat-fee rate quote during the initial consultation.