Child Abuse Cases

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Child Abuse

Our client, O.R., was charged with Child Abuse, a third degree felony. She was accused of hitting the alleged victim 15-20 times. The alleged victim had a mark and scratch on his nose, a hand print on the right side of his face with a scratch mark, and a scratch mark on his upper chest by his neck. The police said that the alleged victim fell to the floor and had trouble breathing. Our client was exposed to 5 years in prison. Our Jacksonville Criminal Lawyers were able to get all charges DROPPED.

Aggravated Child Abuse by Aggravated Battery

Our client, G.R., was charged with Aggravated Child Abuse by Aggravated Battery, a third degree felony. The police said that his child had deep bruising and redness on his back, forearms, hands, and cheek. The police also reported that the child had old bruising and scarring on his upper shoulders. G.R. was exposed to 5 years in prison. Our Jacksonville Violent Crimes Lawyers were able to present our client's side of the story and we were able to get all charges DROPPED.

Child Abuse

Our client, W.P. was arrested for Child Abuse, a third degree felony. She was accused of intentionally inflicting physical injury on her 4 year-old granddaughter. The child was allegedly beaten with a belt and went to school with welts on her. The police were called and there were 3 witnesses to the injury. W.P. was exposed to 5 years in prison on this charge. Our Jacksonville Criminal Defense Lawyers were able to get all charges DROPPED.

Child Abuse

Our client, J.D., was arrested for Child Abuse in Jacksonville. This is a third degree felony in Florida punishable for up to 5 years in prison. J.D.'s 4 year-old daughter went to school and the teacher reported that the child had a black eye. The child told investigators that J.D. hit her and told her not to say anything about it. Police spoke to J.D.'s wife, the child's mother. She told police she was in the other room and heard J.D. yelling at the daughter and heard a slap. The child then began crying. The mother allegedly told police she was afraid to say anything to police because she was scared J.D. would get into trouble. After investigating the case further, our Jacksonville Child Abuse Attorneys were able to get the felony dropped and J.D. was convicted of NOTHING.

Child Abuse - Simple Battery

Our client, D.B, was arrested for child abuse and simple battery in Jacksonville. The alleged victim, our client's 14 year-old daughter, told police that our client gave her permission to go to a club party near Regency Mall. At 10 p.m., our client picked her up and was asking questions about where she had been. Her friend, a witness, was with her. She told her father it was none of his business. The alleged victim told police that when she got home, our client entered her room and took off his belt. She said D.B. struck her multiple times with the belt with both sides. (metal end and leather end) The alleged victim said she grabbed the belt and our client began hitting her multiple times on the face with his bare hands. Police observed a belt welt over her left eye, her back, and both of her arms. JSO interviewed two witnesses to the incident. (the alleged victim's friend and her brother) They both told police our client struck her multiple times with both ends of the belt over her body. Our Jacksonville Child Abuse Attorneys were able to get all charges DISMISSED.

Child Abuse

Our client, M.E., was arrested in Jacksonville on Child Abuse charges. Police were dispatched to our client's house in reference to a battery of a child. Upon arrival, JSO spoke with our client's wife, who was the one who called police. The alleged victim, who is a 12 year-old boy, is M.E.'s wife's grandson. She told police the alleged victim was staying at their home over a weekend while her grandson's parents were out of town. She told police M.E. was upset with the alleged victim and never liked her grandson because he is not biologically M.E.'s. Our client demanded the alleged victim leave the room and when he refused, our client reportedly punched him in the head while holding the 12 year-old in a headlock on the ground. The police then interviewed M.E. and he admitted he grabbed the alleged victim in a headlock, but denied punching him in the face. The officer observed minor cuts to our client's knees and a scratch on his right hand, consistent with rug burn. Police saw a fresh bruise on the right side of the alleged victim's neck. The also noted his face was flushed and he complained of a headache. Our Jacksonville Child Abuse Attorneys investigated the case further and presented additional information to the state attorney's office. Our Jacksonville Criminal Defense Attorneys were able to get the charges DISMISSED.

Child Abuse - Battery

Our client, A.A., was arrested in Jacksonville for Child Abuse, a third degree felony, and battery, a first degree felony. Our client's wife called police and stated she saw A.A.'s two sons holding our client from the alleged victim, our client's third son. The alleged victim is 16 years-old and was complaining his head hurt. The two witnesses and the alleged victim told police A.A.was mad and hit him on the right side of his head with his left fist three times. Rescue was called to the scene and the alleged victim had a bump on the right side of his head. Our client was then arrested. Our Jacksonville Child Abuse Attorneys investigated the case further and informed the state attorney that our client had a stroke recently that impaired his ability to move the right side of his body, particularly his arm and hand. We also revealed that one of the witnesses was currently in jail. Our Jacksonville Criminal Defense Law Firm was able to get all the charges DROPPED.

Child Abuse

Our client, J.D., was arrested for child abuse in Jacksonville. The victim is his three month old daughter. J.D's daughter was diagnosed with having five fractured rubs. The doctor reported that this type of injury appeared to be non-accidental and can be caused by squeezing a child. Our client was interviewed by the Child Protection Team about what might have caused his child's broken rigs. Our client told the Team that he took his daughter to the doctor and she was more fussy than usual due to a lack of sleep. J.D. went on and said he swaddled the child in a blanket while holding her against his chest with both arms. He indicated that he may have squeezed her too hard and that he was frustrated because she would not stop crying. He went on to indicate that any injuries were accidental. Our criminal defense firm investigated the case further and revealed evidence of others who may have caused these injuries to the child. Our criminal attorneys were able to obtain the doctor's reports after the ribs were allegedly broken and the reports revealed that the examining doctor noticed nothing abnormal with the child. We were able to get J.D. into a diversion program and at the completion of the program, all charges will be DROPPED.

Child Abuse

Our client, L.M., was arrested for child abuse in Jacksonville. The alleged victim, our client's 13 year-old son, told police he skipped school and his father found out when he returned home. The victim said that our client filled up the sink with water and made him stand by it. He claims that L.M. dunked his head under the water two times and held it under each time for approximately fifteen seconds. After dunking his head, he claimed our client got a wooden training sword and began striking him several times across his back and arms. The boy eventually left the apartment and went to a witness' apartment. The witness called the police to report the incident. When questioned by the police, our client admitted to "spanking" his son and leaving mars, but denied the sink incident. Our Jacksonville Child Abuse Attorneys investigated the case further, revealing the child's behavior problems in school and the charge against our client was DISMISSED.

Child Abuse

Our client, D.C., was arrested in Jacksonville for child abuse, a third degree felony which is punishable by up to five years in jail. Our Jacksonville child abuse attorneys were able to get the charges DROPPED prior to arraignment. - September 2011

Child Abuse

Our client, R.R., was arrested in Jacksonville for child abuse, a third degree felony which is punishable by up to five years in jail. Our Jacksonville child abuse attorneys were able to get the charges DROPPED prior to arraignment. - September 2011