Assault and Battery

Milford, MA, Assault And Battery Charges Lawyer

Developing Strong Strategies for Your Defense

We are dedicated to providing a quality criminal defense and we focus a large portion of our practice to assault and battery and domestic violence cases. We understand how to provide a strong defense strategy geared towards helping you obtain the best possible solutions in the courtroom.

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence charges arise out of many different circumstances. Police deal with many spouses, girlfriends and boyfriends who make accusations of assault and battery when emotions run high in an argument. All too often these claims are not truthful. Relatives will often make accusations to have the family member removed from the house.  At other times, the police are only called to help avoid further problems without intending for anyone to be charged with a crime. However, it is extremely difficult for law enforcement to determine what actually happened, and they take these accusations very seriously.  Once a person is charged, the prosecutor will prosecute the case even if there is no corroborating evidence such as injuries or independent witnesses.  Make sure you hire an experienced lawyer if you have been charged with assault or domestic violence.

Experienced Defense Against Assault and Battery Charges

At the Massachusetts Law Office of Michael J. Brothers, we interview witnesses, review statements to the police for inconsistencies and carefully sort out all the evidence to prepare the best defense strategy.  When necessary, we use private investigators to assist in gathering evidence and interviewing witnesses.  Ultimately, we attempt to obtain not-guilty verdicts and get charges of assault and battery dismissed. We defend clients in Taunton, Attleboro, Brockton, Dedham, Fall River, Milford, New Bedford, Wareham, Wrentham and throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Call 508-944-3397 or contact us online to schedule free initial consultation.

Free Initial Consultations Available

These cases often devolve into he-said, she-said courtroom battles. That is why it is extremely important not to say anything that compromises the strength of your case. Make sure you hire a skilled Massachusetts attorney before talking to law enforcement.

Call 508-944-3397 or contact us online to discuss the details of your case in a free initial consultation and take the first step in building a strong defense.