Have You Been Accused of Aggravated Battery?
If you have been accused of causing serious bodily harm to another person, the attorneys at the law offices of Michael T. Norris & John W. Callahan can help you. When we take on aggravated battery cases, we do so with every intention of beating the charge. With decades of experience on our side, we will search for every possible opportunity to help you walk away without doing any jail time and with your record intact.
The difference between battery and aggravated battery is the use of a weapon. The weapon could range from a baseball bat, to a bottle or even a random item that is used to cause harm. Mike Norris and John Callahan are available to handle any type of aggravated battery charge, from serious bar fights to incidents of road rage and more.
We have a strong record of winning these challenging cases, even when the odds are stacked against us. Our philosophy is that we are ready to get to work immediately to pursue every possible opportunity to get you through this. While we are strong negotiators who have earned the respect of criminal prosecutors, our service does not begin and end with negotiation. When push comes to shove, we are ready to take cases to trial. Indeed, we are ready to win cases at trial.
A Baseball Bat, Broken Heads and a Winning Case
In one extremely challenging case, we defended a man who had been caught by the police after severely beating a group of people with a baseball bat. The odds were against us, but we were able to get to the bottom of the situation. The men who had been beaten were the assailants. All of them had drunkenly attacked our client outside of a bar. The baseball bat was our client's only means of self defense against the mob and, even though the other men ended up severely injured, our client was found not guilty of aggravated battery after a long jury trial.*
Call us at 1-877-335-6697 to speak within minutes with a criminal defense lawyer. You can also e-mail us. We are available to serve clients in Schaumburg, Chicago and the surrounding parts of Illinois.
*These are past results and do not constitute a guarantee of future results.