Crimes Against A Person

Crimes Against A Person:

Charges that stem from violence against another person are very serious.  Most offenses involve the possibility for significant jail time and require the attention of a seasoned attorney.  Each charge must be evaluated thoroughly and quickly.  It is always in the best interest of the prospective client to contact a lawyer immediately after arrest or receiving a court summons. 

We defend many crimes against a person for our clients.  This list includes, but is not limited to, the following crimes:

-Assault (G.L. c.265 §13A)
-Assault and Battery (G.L. c.265 §13A)
-Assault and Battery Causing Serious Injury (G.L. c.265 §13A)
-Assault and Battery on a Person Protected By an Abuse Prevention Order (G.L. c.265 §13A)
-Assault and Battery on a Police Officer or Public Employee (G.L. c.265 §13D)
-Assault and Battery By Means of a Dangerous Weapon (G.L. c.265 §15A)
-ABDW Causing Serious Injury (G.L. c.265 §15A)
-ABDW on a Person Protected by an Abuse Prevention Order (G.L. c. 265 §15A)
-Custodial Interference By a Relative (G.L. c. 265 §26A)
-Indecent Assault and Battery (G.L. c. 265 §13H)
-Annoying and Accosting Persons of the Opposite Sex (G.L. c.272 §53)
-Criminal Harassment (G.L. 265 §43A)
-Harassing or Obscene Telephone Calls (G.L. c.269 §14A)
-Stalking (G.L. c. 265 §43)
-Threats to Commit Crime (G.L. c.275 §2-4)
-Violation of an Abuse Prevention Order (G.L. c.209A §7)
-Violation of a Harassment Prevention Order (G.L. c.258E §9)