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If you are facing charges of assault or battery, an aggressive legal advocate like Jason Spanich, PC, can make the difference in the
outcome of your case. In Oklahoma, an assault and battery crime can be either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on:

  • The injury caused
  • The identity of the victim
  • The weapon used in the incident

Attorney Jason Spanich can offer you immediate legal representation during difficult situations. With more than two decades of experience, I understand the seriousness of this matter and how stressful this can be. I can be in your corner to provide you with the representation you deserve.

Contact our Criminal Defense Attorney in Oklahoma City today at (405) 236-0115 to learn more about how we can help you with your case.

Assault & Battery Penalties

A person can be charged with assault and battery when the act of assault- a threat or attempt to harm another person- leads to physically striking the victim. Assault and battery are two separate crimes in Oklahoma, and they can be charged either separately or together. Threatening another person with physical harm can be grounds for an assault charge if a menacing action is taken to suggest immediate physical harm. Battery takes place when the suggestion leads to some sort of physical action. Assault, as well as assault and battery, carry varying punishments.



Assault is potentially punishable by:

  • Up to 30 days in jail
  • $500 fine

An Assault and Battery crime is punishable by:

  • $1,000 fine
  • Up to 90 days in Jail


You want Experience in your Corner

In addition to potential fines and jail time, an assault and battery conviction could result in the client having to pay the victim restitution for any expenses directly attributed to the crime. I am very familiar with these cases and can investigate every aspect of your case, from preserving evidence to drafting motions.

Contact Us For A Consultation Today!