Case Dismissed: Violent Assault and Battery

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John Doe was arrested for unarmed robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery. Mr Doe had allegedly placed a victim in a headlock, choked her, threatened to kill her, knocked her to the kitchen floor and repeatedly banged her head on the kitchen floor. Mr Doe was also accused of punching her in the head three times. Mr. Doe was further accused of stealing her credit card after she stood up from the assault.

Mr. Doe filed a cross complaint against the victim for slapping him during the alleged assault. The victim had admitted to the police that she slapped Mr. Doe.

Attorney Veronica White of White & Associates P.C. prepared a vigorous defense for Mr Doe including a detailed cross examination of the alleged victim. The victim decided to invoke her fifth amendent right not to testify based on the likelihood that she would incriminate herself at trial. Attorney White’s motion for dismissal was granted and the case was dismissed.

About White & Associates, P. C.

White & Associates is Boston’s premier criminal defense law firm specializing in firearms, narcotics and violent crimes. With over fifteen years experience, White & Associates, P.C., has successfully defended hundreds of cases including gun possession, aggravated assault and battery, armed career criminal offenses, indecent assault and battery, trafficking in narcotics, operating under the influence (OUI), domestic offenses and many others.

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