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When the term aggravated is placed in front of a charge of assault or battery, it means that the charges against the accused are more serious due to certain factors of the alleged act.

Aggravated battery charges are typically filed when the accused has allegedly:

Made the assault (threat) with a deadly weapon.
A weapon is a "deadly weapon" if it is used or threatened to be used in a way likely to produce death or great bodily harm.
· The assault was made with the fully-formed conscious intent to commit (crime charged) upon the victim.

Convictions of aggravated assault or aggravated battery will have different sentences based on the details of the case.

If you or a loved one has been charged with assault or battery in Florida, it's important that you secure the best possible representation to ensure optimal outcomes for your case. Attorney Gregory Schwendeman is dedicated to aggressively defending the rights of the accused and will personally handle your case, fighting tirelessly to get your charges reduced or dropped altogether.

Don't wait any longer, contact our offices today and start building a defense.

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