Assault and battery charges can be debilitating for your record. Assault is often specified as a threat of harmful contact or an act leading up to such an act. Battery is classified as the physical act that causes harm. If charged with assault or battery, you can face up to 25 years in prison, depending on the circumstances of the case.
Mr. Ghassemkhani is well-equipped to handle assault and battery cases. In his 13 years of experience, he has handled over 6,500 criminal cases and consistently fights for a “not guilty” verdict.
If you are facing assault or battery charges in the greater San Diego area, call Dod Law at (619) 452-3773 and schedule a free consultation today.
If charged with assault and/or battery in California, you should do all you can to find a qualified San Diego criminal defense lawyer to help with your case. You can only be acquitted of an assault and battery charge if it can be clearly demonstrated that you acted in self-defense, had consent for physical contact, protected others or property, or used reasonable force in a certain line of duty. Otherwise, prosecution for assault and battery is strict in California.
At Dod Law, Mr. Ghassemkhani will use his experience and legacy of results to fight for your particular situation. One of Mr. Ghassemkhani’s past cases involved a client who stabbed another person in self-defense. Through Mr. Ghassemkhani’s hard work, he was able to show the jury that his client stabbed the individual in self-defense. He gained a “not guilty” verdict for his client, allowing the client to continue pursuing his nursing career with no time in custody.
Facing assault and battery charges and don’t know where to turn?
Call San Diego assault and battery defense lawyer Mr. Ghassemkhani at
(619) 452-3773 for a free consultation to discuss your specific situation.