Aggravated Battery

Aggravated Battery

Aggravated Battery

Penalties for Aggravated Battery Convictions

Offense Classification Penalty for Conviction
Aggravated Battery Felony At least 1 year of but not more than 20 years of imprisonment
Aggravated Battery Upon Public Safety Officer Who Is Engaged in Official Duties (or Who Is Targeted Because He/She is a Police Officer) Felony At least 10 years but not more than 20 years of imprisonment.  For individuals aged 17 or older, at least 3 years of such time must be served in prison and may not be probated (unless the State and the Defense have agreed otherwise).  A fine of at least $2,000 is also required.
Aggravated Battery Upon Person 65 Years of Age or Older Felony At least 5 but not more than 20 years of imprisonment.
Aggravated Battery in a Public Transit Vehicle or Station Felony At least 5 but not more than 20 years of imprisonment.
Aggravated Battery Upon A Student, Teacher, or Other School Personnel within a School Safety Zone Felony At least 5 but not more than 20 years of imprisonment.
Aggravated Battery Between Family Members Felony At least 3 but not more than 20 years of imprisonment.

Crimes Against the Person Practice Areas

  • Family Violence Cases
  • Assault
  • Simple Battery
  • Battery
  • Aggravated Battery
  • Kidnapping
  • False Imprisonment
  • Interference with Custody
  • Cruelty to Children
  • Stalking
  • Homicide

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