If you or someone you are close to has been arrested for a charge of battery under Florida Statute 784.03 you will need competent, experienced representation.
There are several forms of battery. The three most common forms of battery that are charged in the State of Florida are battery, domestic battery and aggravated battery.
To prove a charge of battery under statute 784.03(2) the state must prove that you touched or struck another person without that person’s consent or that you intentionally caused bodily harm to another person.
Battery is most often thought of as hitting, pushing or punching another person but it can include any touch such as a hug or a kiss that is unwanted. It is not necessary that the other person be injured. Any unwanted touch can be considered a battery.
If you have been arrested and accused of battery in the Orlando area, call the aggressive defense team of Finebloom & Haenel today at 407-218-6277. We are available to arrange a free consultation 24/7.