Assault and Battery

Assault and Battery is a large category, with a few definitions and subcategories when it comes to the law. The general definition of assault and battery under the law is the willful and unlawful act or attempt of using force, and/or violence to hurt another individual. The maximum sentence for this crime is 90 days. However, when assault and battery is applied to different scenarios, like having a weapon, or in a domestic situation, charges can get really serious, really fast.


The Criminal Record Eraser believes in justice and the legal system. However, we equally believe in everyone’s right to be represented fairly, and to receive a fair and appropriate sentence. We do not judge someone’s situation or what has happened. Our goal is to represent our clients well. We believe people deserve second chances, and should be shown grace in many situations. s.

Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon

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The parameters of this crime are if assault and/or battery is committed on someone with an object that can be defined as dangerous. Whether that be with a sharp object, firearm, or conductive energy source. This crime is a felony and you can be charged with up to 10 years of jail time. If you have been accused of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, it is important to receive legal representation promptly.

Assault and Battery With a Deadly Weapon

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Assault and Battery with a deadly weapon is a serious offense, this offense can land you in prison for life. This is why it is so important to receive good legal representation to ensure you are being represented well, and that an unjust sentence isn’t served.


Assault and Battery with a deadly weapon is defined as assault and battery that is performed with the intent or action of severely injuring another individual, by a deadly weapon,  without just cause.

Domestic Assault and Battery

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Domestic violence can take many forms. Domestic violence is defined as when a member of a family or household who is over 13 years of age, or an emancipated minor, commits harm or threatens another member of the household or family. This charge can be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony. That all depends on the severity of the harm, and if it is a repeated offense. Oklahoma law takes domestic violence seriously and can throw the book at the accused if they are not represented properly. These charges can affect where you can live, your right to carry, and who will hire you. It is important to seek legal counsel if you are facing these charges.

Assault and Battery of a Police Officer

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Willfully and forcefully harming a police officer is against the law. This law applies to any correction enforcement officer. Whether they are a highway patrol officer, or a corrections personnel. If an individual harms them or attempts to harm them, that is a crime. The only exception to this rule is if it is a reasonable resistance during a wrongful arrest. This crime is a misdemeanor and can include jail time

I Have Been Charged With an Assault and Battery Crime, What Should I Do?

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If you have been accused of an assault and battery crime, finding legal representation immediately is key. The punishments can range quite a bit, due to varying circumstances. With these types of charges, intent, circumstances, and provocation all matter. The Criminal Record Eraser attorneys will ensure that your story, and the circumstances surrounding the crime, are represented fairly and accurately. We have extensive knowledge of Oklahoma law and are effective at representing people well in these scenarios.

If you or someone you love has been charged with any of these crimes, contact The Criminal Record Eraser today. Our team of experienced attorneys are eager to partner with you and work on providing the best outcome the law has to offer.

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