Spousal battery and corporal injury are both serious criminal charges in the State of Arizona. Shah Law Firm and our experienced team of legal experts have helped individuals like you facing these charges. We have a proven track record of success helping our clients to get reduced or dismissed charges all while protecting their legal rights every step of the way.
Battery Versus Spousal Battery
Battery is any willful or unlawful use of force or violence on someone. This misdemeanor crime is considered spousal battery when you use force or violence against someone you are in a relationship with, the parent of your child, a former significant other, or a cohabitant in your home. This conviction is more serious and can lead to possibly more jail time or fines.
What is Corporal Injury?
The crime of corporal injury involves the same people whom you have a relationship with or cohabitate with, but you must have inflicted an injury on them to be convicted of this crime, or they suffered a traumatic condition. This can be either a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the injury, which means the penalties vary on each type of charge too. Whatever the case, a corporal injury charge is serious and requires the expertise of a criminal defense lawyer in Phoenix.
Contact Our Criminal Defense Attorneys Today
If you or someone you know has been accused of spousal battery or corporal injury, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. Our team of skilled criminal defense lawyers has defended clients accused of domestic violence successfully for years. To schedule a free legal consultation today, call our Arizona law office at 602-888-0369. We serve clients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Goodyear, and Apache Junction, AZ.