Criminal Battery Attorney | Serving Fort Pierce, FL
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When faced with criminal battery charges, the best thing to do is contact a Fort Pierce criminal battery lawyer as soon as possible. A criminal battery charge can be either a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the state and also what happened. You won't want to face these charges alone.
What constitutes battery varies by state and jurisdiction, but generally includes some sort of offensive or forceful contact with another person. Whether or not the contact needs to be intentional depends on the laws where the offense occurred.
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