§ 784.045 Aggravated Battery.
The crime of Aggravated Battery is a Second Degree Felony in Florida which is punishable by up to 15 years in prison and a maximum fine of $10,000.
The offense of Aggravated Battery occurs when a person:
1. Intentionally causes great bodily harm or permanent disability to another person; or
2. Uses a deadly weapon.
Defenses to Aggravated Battery
Some of the defenses to Aggravated Battery are:
- There was no specific intent to cause the level of injury that incurred.
- The Aggravated Battery was an act of self-defense.
There are other possible defenses which I can explore with you during our Free Initial Consultation.
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T.S. v. State. On specific intent.
Giles v. State. On Self-Defense .