In a road rage incident, a man assaulted the driver and passenger of another
vehicle who did not yield to him as he attempted to merge into traffic
from a freeway onramp. He claimed that they instigated the situation by
ignoring him and his attempts to merge properly while utilizing his blinker.
They claim they did not see him and that his response was frightening
and that they felt he might harm them.
At a local restaurant, a patron was accused of assaulting members of the
staff, including the branch manager, after he learned that he spent more
money on the bill than he imagined. Much to the duress of other patrons
in the restaurant, he apparently raised his voice and clamped his hands
into the form of a fist in several occurrences.
A mother was spotted telling another child at a park, not her own, that
she would physically harm him if he pushed her son again. The other child’s
caretaker was present and witnessed the threat.
These are several examples where an
assault lawyer is going to be required. These kinds of situations can be emotional, judgment
can be impaired, and even eyewitness testimony can be called into question.
There is always more than one side to every story. With the various levels of
assault that one can be charged with, it is vital that you hire an assault defense
attorney who knows what they are doing and how they can help you. You
do not want to take the risk of being labeled a violent offender when
you have a defense. It could cost you time and your livelihood should
you have to face prison time as well as have that type of charge on your record.
Miami law offices of
Parks & Braxton today for a free consultation with a well-qualified and experienced assault
lawyer at 888-358-4962.