Battery And Disorderly Conduct

Simple Battery • Aggravated Battery • Disorderly Conduct • Assault

There are different levels of battery charges, ranging from ordinance violations such as disorderly conduct, where you would only have to pay a fine, to felonies that can result in jail or prison time.

Here are some of the most common assault offenses, ranging from the least to the most serious:

  • Disorderly conduct can be actions such as spouses having an argument in public, disturbing the peace, even public profanity.
  • Simple battery examples include hitting or slapping someone but not resulting in serious injury.
  • Reckless endangering safety is conduct that shows an utter disregard for the safety of another, even if no one is actually hurt by it. This includes such actions as pointing a loaded gun or driving 90 miles per hour in a hilly area.
  • Aggravated or substantial battery is charged when someone suffers serious injury.
  • Child abuse and child neglect charges often arise when others think that parental discipline was more serious than warranted.

If you have been charged with battery or disorderly conduct, I can help. I am Waukesha battery lawyer Craig Kuhary. I defend people charged with disorderly conduct, battery (assault) and child abuse in southeastern Wisconsin, including Milwaukee, Waukesha, Jefferson, Walworth, Washington, Ozaukee, and Racine Counties.

Contact me at the criminal defense firm of Walden & Schuster, S.C., for a free, confidential consultation. I will immediately begin working on your defense, gathering and reviewing police reports. If you were arrested for child abuse, we can explore a defense of reasonable parental discipline.

I can seek a pretrial offer from the prosecutor and then advise you whether you should have me try the case or accept a plea arrangement.

You should never plead guilty in a battery case, since a guilty plea can be used against you in a civil action as well as the criminal case. Even if you are guilty, I will enter a plea of no contest, which can't be used against you.

Contact Milwaukee Disorderly Conduct Attorney Craig Kuhary

Whatever criminal charge you face, you can expect my complete dedication and commitment to your cause, your rights and your freedom. For a free, confidential consultation to discuss your legal options, contact my Waukesha defense firm online today or call (262) 422-6106.

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