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Phoenix Domestic Violence Assault Defense Attorney

Domestic Violence Assault Lawyer Joshua S. Davidson

In Phoenix, an assault can be committed several different ways. Most commonly, an assault involves the infliction of physical injury upon the victim. Other examples include placing the victim in apprehension or fear of injury or physically touching the victim with the intent to injure, insult or provoke them. Depending on how serious any injury is, whether a weapon was used, whether a restraining order was in effect at the time, as well as a number of other factors, the assault can be charged as either a felony or misdemeanor.

Phoenix domestic violence assault cases are typically the result of a 911 call made in the midst of a heated family dispute. In some cases, 911 callers have been known to exaggerate what happened during the argument in hopes of having their boyfriend, wife, girlfriend, or husband arrested. Unfortunately, even when cooler heads prevail after the police have made their arrest and the Phoenix domestic violence "victim" tells the police that no assault was committed, the prosecution is reluctant to dismiss the case.

Phoenix Domestic Violence Assault Lawyer

Because a domestic violence assault charge can be filed in Phoenix without any physical injury (for example if the defendant places the victim in fear of imminent physical injury or merely touches them with the intent to injure, insult, or provoke them), the absence of any cuts or bruises is not necessarily going to be helpful in fighting your case.

Arizona Revised Statute 13-1201 defines the three different ways an assault can be committed. It states that A person commits assault by:

1. Intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causing any physical injury to another person; or

2. Intentionally placing another person in reasonable apprehension of imminent physical injury; or

3. Knowingly touching another person with the intent to injure, insult or provoke such person.

Whether you or a loved one have been accused of punching, slapping, kicking or otherwise committing assault, you need an aggressive domestic violence defense attorney fighting for you.

When charged or arrested for domestic violence assault, it is critical that you consult a seasoned Phoenix assault attorney immediately. An experienced Phoenix domestic violence assault defense lawyer like Joshua S. Davidson will fight for you and put his experience as a former felony prosecutor to work for you. He is a Phoenix assault attorney who will seek the best possible outcome fro your case and protect your rights.

Joshua S. Davidson is an aggressive domestic violence defense lawyer who represents clients charged with assault in Phoenix, Arizona.

Contact Phoenix Domestic Violence Attorney Joshua S. Davidson today.

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