Assault & Battery

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Threatening bodily harm or physically attacking someone is considered assault and battery in Virginia. If convicted, you could face serious penalties that will not only alter your immediate future, but have lasting effects for the rest of your life.

Our Hampton assault and battery attorneys at Dunnigan and Messier, PC, are skilled at defending our clients against damaging convictions. Let us help you protect your future if you have been charged with assault and battery in Newport News or throughout the Virginia Peninsula.

Our Newport News Attorneys Vigorously Advocate Your Assault & Battery Case

Along with the stigma of being convicted of assault and battery, your family, career and future opportunities may be severely affected if you are found guilty of a charge involving:

  • Armed robbery
  • Fighting
  • Malicious wounding
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Domestic violence/family assault
  • Aggravated assault
  • Verbal assault

At Dunnigan & Messier, PC, we take your case very seriously. Since 1993, our founding lawyers, Stephen A. Dunnigan and Marc P. Messier, have successfully assisted individuals with minimizing complex assault and battery charges like those listed above.

We understand what is at stake if you are convicted. Drawing from our extensive knowledge of Virginia criminal law and our understanding of the criminal court system, we can help you prepare a resilient defense strategy reinforced by compelling evidence and witness testimony.

Please contact us today to discuss your legal options. We are committed to protecting your good name and your best interests by providing the best possible defense for you.

Don’t Risk Freedom – Call Dunnigan & Messier, PC, Today

We invite you to contact Dunnigan & Messier, PC, today at 757-595-7777 or e-mail us to schedule a free, private and personal consultation to discuss your case. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and evenings and weekends by special appointment. We travel to homes, hospitals and other locations for our personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Our firm accepts Visa, MasterCard and other major credit cards. Ask us about our contingency fees and payment plans. Quality legal representation doesn’t have to be expensive.