Were You Accused Of An Assault Crime?

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Legally speaking, assault can refer to actions or words that create a reasonable fear of harm in another person. Battery refers to unlawful contact with another person. In many cases, a person is charged with assault and battery after a fight, a domestic dispute, a robbery or theft attempt or another incident. Assault crimes are common occurrences in North Carolina.

If you or a loved one has been charged with an assault-related crime, you want to avoid the possibility of jail, and you want to protect your criminal record and your reputation to the greatest possible extent. To protect your interests, talk to an attorney about your legal rights and your options for resolving the case as favorably as possible.

We Can Defend You Against Any Charge

At The Law Office of Ted Besen, we can defend you against any charge you may be facing. We have successfully represented clients charged with crimes such as:

  • Simple assault
  • Assault on a female
  • Assault with serious injury
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Domestic violence and restraining order violations
  • Sexual assault or rape

Asheville, North Carolina, attorney Ted Besen, who also served as a police officer for six years, offers clients his understanding of how law enforcement and prosecutors approach assault cases — and how those cases can be defended effectively.

Contact An Asheville Lawyer for Assault Charges | Free Consultation

Contact The Law Office of Ted Besen. We can offer you a free initial consultation about your case.