Indiana Battery Defense Lawyers

Representation For Defendants With Battery Offense Charges

Indiana Battery Defense Lawyers

Representation For Defendants Charged With Battery Offenses


When someone is charged with battery, there are often many components to consider in investigating the incident. Battery can be classified as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances of the alleged crime, and penalties for battery can be serious. The battery offense lawyers at Boren, Oliver & Coffey, LLP have the knowledge and experience necessary to investigate your battery case and determine the best possible strategy for defending you in court. We understand that each case is different and offer an approach catered to the individual client.

When you contact us, you'll get:

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  • Straightforward assessment of your criminal defense case
  • Trial-tested criminal defense lawyers who fight for the best results
  • An entire team of experienced lawyers working on your case


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Battery Offense Frequently Asked Questions

When should I consult a lawyer if I’ve been accused of battery?
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a violent crime, you need to hire an attorney immediately. During most investigations, the police are working hard towards getting a confession. You deserve to have a battery offense lawyer looking out for your legal rights and your best interest, and that is exactly what our law firm is here to do.
How can a lawyer advocate for me if I have been arrested for domestic battery?
We offer a free consultation in which we can discuss the circumstances of your case and next steps. In the interim, have no communication whatsoever with anyone, including family members and loved ones, until we have had an opportunity to review your case and advise you accordingly.
What factors determine the potential penalties for a battery charge?
Whether a defendant is charged with a misdemeanor or felony depends on the seriousness of the injury, whether a weapon was used, and the person who was injured. It is important to have a battery offense lawyer who can review the details of your case and build the best possible defense to avoid these potentially serious penalties.
What is the difference between assault and battery?
Assault and battery are distinct crimes in the state of Indiana, but are often paired together as criminal charges. An alleged crime is termed "assault" when the act reasonably causes fear of harm for the victim, while it is termed "battery" when the victim sustains physical damage. Assault is the lesser charge, but often battery cases also involve assault charges since causing fear of harm and causing actual harm go together necessarily. The criminal defense lawyers at Boren, Oliver & Coffey LLC can help you build a case regardless of whether or not you are facing an assault charge.

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