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Assault & Battery

Kansas City, Kansas, Domestic Violence Lawyer

Allegations of assault and battery carry serious criminal and civil ramifications. If you are charged with assaulting another person, or accused of domestic abuse, you need the immediate legal counsel of a qualified criminal defense attorney. The Stone Law Office is committed to protecting your rights.

Free Consultation: 913-281-6601 • Evening/Weekend: 816-516-8000

Domestic violence cases move quickly, and courts often grant protective orders on no more than the say-so of the alleged victim. Contact us right away for swift action. Mr. Stone represents citizens of the greater Kansas City, Kansas, metro area, including Wyandotte, Johnson and surrounding counties, charged with assault and battery in connection with:

  • Violence against a family member
  • Bar fight, school fight, or other altercation

Do You Know Your Rights?

Assault and battery can result in jail time and fines, and have major consequences for child custody. If convicted, you will most likely lose your right to possess firearms, and you could lose your current job or face barriers to future employment. The Stone Law Office can defend you against the following criminal charges:

  • Assault (K.S.A. 21-3408) refers to threats or actions that put someone in fear for their personal safety. This is a Class C misdemeanor.
  • Battery (K.S.A. 21-3412) is actual physical contact. It can be punching or other force resulting in physical harm, or it can be pushing, shoving, slapping, or other contact in a "rude, insulting, or angry manner" that does not necessarily cause injury. Battery is a Class B misdemeanor.
  • Domestic battery (K.S.A. 21-3412a) refers to battery of a spouse, partner, ex-spouse, parent, or adult family member. Domestic battery is a Class B misdemeanor.
  • Aggravated battery (K.S.A. 21-3414) is battery, which results in great bodily injury or disfigurement, use of a weapon, or which could have caused great bodily harm.

Defense against Assault and Battery Charges

A first offense will typically not result in a jail sentence (beyond the statutory minimum 48 hours for domestic battery). The police generally charge offenses resulting in a serious injury as a felony with the likelihood of substantial jail or prison time. The court may also impose restraining orders, order you to anger management or batterer's intervention classes, and place other restrictions at sentencing.

The Stone Law Office will defend you at all hearings, and examine every aspect of your case to defend the charges. Mr. Stone will work with prosecutors to keep you out of jail and keep your family together. If he cannot arrange lesser charges or alternative punishments, Gary D. Stone is always prepared to take your case to trial.

Protect Your Rights. Defend Your Freedom.

Contact the Stone Law Office immediately if the police have charged you in connection with a fight or domestic violence situation. Call our Kansas City, Kansas, office at 913-281-6601 or call Mr. Stone directly (after hours/weekends) at 816-516-8000. The Stone Law Office offers a free initial consultation, and accepts major credit cards.

Office Location:

Stone Law Office
New Brotherhood Bank Bldg.
753 State Avenue, Suite 388
Kansas City, KS 66101

Cell Phone: 816-516-8000
Phone: 913-281-6601
Fax: 913-281-6602

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Stone Law Office in Kansas City, Kansas, provides criminal defense to clients in the Kansas City, Kansas, metro area, including Lenexa, Overland Park, Shawnee, Lansing, Mission, Merriam, and Leavenworth, and represents both Kansas and Missouri residents charged with federal crimes.