Message To Parents Of College Students
Assault and battery charges are serious accusations and a conviction of a college student could create a lasting mark on their criminal record and even cause them to be expelled. Altercation can be a simply a bar fight or a misunderstanding but these charges carry serious consequences.
If you have been charged with these aggressive crimes, you need an attorney who understands how the court will perceive the situation and who can provide a thorough defense that will address those concerns and achieve the best possible outcome.
In all assault and battery cases, the court will consider if reasonable force was used, even in cases of self-defense. If the victim was battered beyond what the court considers reasonable given the circumstances, the accused will likely be found guilty. Our lawyers will demonstrate that you used the level of force needed to counter the situation you were facing, protecting yourself and others.
In cases involving family members, spouses or those who live together, domestic violence becomes an issue. These situations can be difficult to sort through as there are often underlying family law and other legal issues that will be impacted, and the alleged victim may be using the case to win in those matters. We will evaluate all factors that may play a role in the case at hand, including them in your defense.
With a long and distinguished career in law for college students, attorney David Mesaros knows how to advise clients on assault and battery issues.
If you are charged with assault and battery in the Dayton area, Mesaros Law office is here for you. The attorneys at our law firm are compassionate and understanding while simultaneously unrelenting and effective. Our law office provides the highest representation for college students from the University of Dayton, Sinclair and Wright State University as well as for military personnel and their families stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
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Dayton, OH 45459
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