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Assault doesn’t necessarily have to mean you hit someone. All you have to do is make a verbal threat implying physical harm to someone and they can accuse you of assault. Now if you physically hit someone, they can charge you with battery. Assault and battery are criminal offenses that can cost you thousands of dollars and up to one year in jail. If convicted of assault and battery, you will not be able to have your criminal record expunged.
At the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley, located in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, we represent clients who have been charged and arrested for assault and battery. Pleading guilty to an assault and battery charge does not have to be your only option. Our law firm can negotiate alternative sentences to help you avoid a criminal conviction for assault and battery.
Contact the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley in Rolling Meadows, if you need defense representation for assault or battery charges. We can discuss all of the legal options you have during a free initial consultation. Call (847) 394-3200 to learn more about how we can help you.
By providing effective criminal defense representation, our law firm does everything possible to help clients avoid criminal conviction and other forms of conviction, such as probation and jail time. As a former prosecutor and former Assistant State’s Attorney, Chris Cosley knows how to negotiate with prosecutors and petition the Illinois courts to give clients alternative sentences.
Our law firm can help you seek court supervision, which may include community service, paying fines, and receiving counseling. We can also seek conditional discharge to help you remove a conviction based on completion of a rehabilitation program. Regardless of your choice, we can help you make an informed legal decision based on the options presented to you.
Contact the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, if you or someone you know has been accused of assault and battery crimes. Call (847) 394-3200 to schedule a free initial consultation.