Woman Hits Bar Owner with Beer Bottle

Posted By Rogan Law || 27-Feb-2012

Assault is the knowing or intentional infliction of bodily harm upon another. Aggravated assault is more serious than simple assault and usually involves some object used as a weapon and/or the intent to cause serious bodily injury to the other person. Weapons lead to more severe criminal charges and increased jail time. There are often defenses or justifications for assaulting another person such as self-defense or defense of a third party. Although the person whom you assaulted may have instigated and thrown the first punch, you may still be charged in the criminal system and fined and imprisoned. Call a Luzerne County defense attorney now!

The Ctizens Voice reports that a woman struck a local bar owner because the owner refused to served the woman more alcohol. The woman was arrested and is being charged with simple assault and harassment. The owner was transported to the hospital and received treatment for minor injuries.

If you are accused of aggravated assault or simple assault, you need an experienced Wilkes-Barre criminal defense attorney to navigate the legal system and ensure that your rights are protected. A Luzerne County criminal defense lawyer will listen to your side of the story and present any available defenses to the charges at hand.

Don't leave your rights and freedom in the hands of the legal system. Contact an Wilkes-Barre criminal defense attorney at Rogan Law today.

Categories: Assault, Felony, Violent Crimes