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Westwood / Dedham Assault & Battery Attorney

A criminal conviction for assault and battery can be very damaging to a person’s reputation. If you have been arrested or charged with assault, disorderly conduct, or other felony or misdemeanor, it is important to ensure that you are represented effectively. At the Law Office of Philip L. Arnel, we aggressively defend clients and strive to protect their rights and record. Contact a Dedham/Westwood domestic violence attorney for a free initial consultation.

Massachusetts Assault And Battery Defense

Criminal defense attorney Arnel zealously defends clients facing charges deriving from bar room fights, threats, harassing phone calls, brawls, and other allegedly violent actions. After thorough review of evidence and intensive investigation, we work with our clients to determine a strategy for resolution. We defend clients charged with:

  • Assault and battery
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Domestic assault and battery
  • Aggravated assault and battery
  • Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon
  • Intentional hit and run
  • Assault and battery with a motor vehicle
  • Indecent assault and battery
  • Attempted murder
  • Impersonating a police officer
  • Other crimes of violence

Contact a Dedham/Westwood lawyer at the Law Office of Philip L. Arnel.

Seeking The Best Disposition For Clients

Whether a client has been charged with disturbing the peace or has been given notice of a no contact order, assault and battery attorney Arnel diligently strives to protect clients’ rights and interests.

In a recent case of first impression in Massachusetts history, we represented a client seeking to expunge not only her criminal record, but also the record of a 209A restraining order, in attempt to preserve her reputation for future employment. The court remanded and expunged the criminal record and also found that the restraining order was obtained fraudulently, and according to the judge, “failing to expunge would allow false information to remain in the record.” For specific case details, please click on Criminal Law Case Summaries.

Contact A Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you have been the subject of assault and battery allegations, restraining orders, or criminal charges, it is important to work with defense counsel that truly has your best interests in mind. We have aggressively represented thousands of clients and will continue to seek favorable dispositions for future clients in Massachusetts. Contact a Dedham/Westwood assault and battery lawyer for a free initial consultation.