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Fullerton Battery Lawyer

Challenge Battery Charges with Confidence

While assault and battery charges are often coupled together, they are actually two separate violent crimes with different meanings. In the state of California, a battery charge is considered the more serious of the two since it is the criminal act that actually inflicts an injury on a victim.

People charged with battery could be penalized by:

  • High fines
  • Time behind bars
  • Child custody removal
  • Lengthy probation

Attorney Jacqueline Goodman is ready to protect your rights after you are accused of battery in Fullerton. She is one of a slim number of criminal defense lawyers in the region who are Board-Certified Specialists in Criminal Law. Her in-depth knowledge of California’s battery laws become your advantage when you let manage your case.


Get your battery defense moving today. Call (866) 294-8952.


What Does Battery Mean Exactly?

A battery charge covers the willful action of violence against another person that actually caused them physical harm, while assault charges stem from when someone who tries to cause harm or threatens harm but never actually does it; either these can also be categorized as domestic violence.

Battery is punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine of $2,000 in low-level misdemeanor cases. Aggravated battery includes violence that led to serious bodily injury to another. This can be punishable by up to one year in jail if charged as a misdemeanor and up to four years in prison with $10,000 in fines if it is a felony.

When a deadly weapon is involved, the crime can be considered a felony. The penalties for this escalated form of battery may include up to four years in prison, confiscation of weapons, community service, restitution to the victim, and $10,000 in fines.

Avoiding Penalties for Battery Charges

Police may often try to coerce you into saying something that can be used against you in court when they first respond to a call that reports suspected battery. You have the right to remain silent, and you should probably use it. When Fullerton Battery Attorney Jacqueline Goodman is representing you in person, she can be there during interrogations to ensure the police do not encroach on your rights or back you into a corner.

Her goal is to provide you with the counsel, legal understanding, and representation needed to bring a compelling argument against the prosecution. She is highly praised by past clients for her willingness to quickly answer questions and keep them informed as their case progresses. With her by your side and acting on your behalf, you can prepare for anything the prosecution throws your way, potentially arguing that you were acting in self-defense.

Call (866) 294-8952 if you have been charged for battery in Fullerton.

Why Hire Attorney Goodman?

  • Dedicated to Criminal Defense for 20+ Years
  • Successful Trial Track Record
  • Certified Criminal Law Specialist
  • Named on the Wall of Recognition at the National Constitution Center
  • Rated 10.0 Superb on Avvo
  • Admitted to Argue Cases Before the United States Supreme Court

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A Track Record of Success

Recent Case Results
  • Case Dismissed Car Accident

    Car accident, no license, speeding (filed by Anaheim City Attorney).

  • Case Dismissed Child Endangerment / Cruelty

    Penal Code 273a(b) Child endangerment/cruelty.

  • Case Dismissed Child Molestation

    Child molestation: Felony.

  • Probation Terminated Early Commercial Burglary

    Commercial burglary probation violation: dismissed, no violation found.

  • Case Dismissed Contempt of Court Order

    Contempt of court order by a gang member.

  • Case Dismissed Domestic Violence & Cruelty to Child
  • Case Dismissed Driving on a Suspended License

    Driving on a suspended license (Suspended for DUI).

  • Case Dismissed Drunk / Urinate in Public
  • Misdemeanor Assault & Battery Forcible Sodomy

    Settled for misdemeanor assault and battery with no sex offender registration and no sex offender counseling.

  • Case Dismissed Hit & Run

    Hit and run charges.

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