March 4, 2010 By Wallin & Klarich

The number ten most populated city in California, Anaheim, stretches 50.5 miles to cover most of Orange County. Its estimated 348,467 residents share their city with a steady file of professionals and vacationers who come to conference, share business and see Anaheim’s well-known theme parks Disney California Adventure and Disneyland. The Anaheim Convention Center is another Anaheim staple, hosting leisure and sports events that draw families and friends seeking entertainment. As a favored tourist spot and friendly place to live, sometimes Anaheim residents do not want to admit instances of conflict and heated debate that may result in assault and battery charges.

Assault and battery charges in Anaheim may arise from an initially simple interaction. For instance, two or more parties can begin an argument about any subject, whether the situation is as small as an argument at a convenience store or a shouting match built from a larger scale fender bender. Sometimes the matter at hand can trigger a person’s negative emotions to provoke intense physical response or verbal backlash. According to Section 242 of the California Penal code, battery is defined as non-consensual physical contact, and is a criminal offense. However, section 240 of the Code says that a person does not have to follow through with their intent to commit battery in order to be accused of assault. If you have been charged with assault or arrested for battery, you may be left wondering how the law defines your legal rights and how you can better understand any unfortunate accusations set against you.

The Anaheim battery defense attorneys at Wallin and Klarich have over 30 years of experience tackling assault and battery cases, and also have defended many who face various other criminal offenses. The experienced group of Southern California lawyers is committed to helping you create a solid defense for your case so that your trial can have a positive conclusion. Defenses such as looking out for another person’s well-being, intoxication, physical inability to carry out attack, or even self-defense can be used to successfully explain your case. To reach one of the aggressive and confident lawyers at Wallin & Klarich who can aid you through your trial and translate your legal rights, visit, or call 888-280-6839 today.

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