Dedicated Advocacy When The Stakes Are High

An assault charge can lead to profound consequences. The outcome can affect your reputation, employment and more. When your future is uncertain, you need experienced legal counsel to ensure your voice is heard.

Attorney Michael A. Newland has represented individuals across Hamilton and Butler County for over 25 years. He takes a realistic, strategic approach to every case. He will work to undermine the case against you when pursuing reduced or dismissed charges.

Guarding Against A Wide Array Of Assault Charges

Ohio penalties depend on whether you face felony or misdemeanor charges. The specific facts of your case will also determine what consequences you may face. Penalties can include significant jail time, steep fines and lengthy probation.

Attorney Newland defends clients against a wide array of charges, including:

  • Simple assault
  • Domestic violence
  • Aggravated assault
  • Negligent assault

An assault conviction can wreak havoc on your criminal record. It can make future employment, housing and even applying for a loan difficult. Additionally, if convicted of domestic assault, you must relinquish your right to purchase and own a firearm.

Using A Practical Defense Strategy

Facing criminal charges can be an intimidating experience. When everything appears to be working against you, Mr. Newland offers the thorough, aggressive representation you need. He will investigate your case to determine an optimal defense strategy, including alleging self-defense or exploiting weaknesses or inconsistencies in the prosecution's case.

His experience and familiarity with courtrooms, judges and prosecutors across Butler County can provide a distinct advantage in your case. Mr. Newland understands when some judges may be more understanding or willing to pursue alternatives to harsh sentences than others.

Get An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side

When you face state felony or misdemeanor assault charges, do not wait to involve a skilled assault defense lawyer in your case. Mr. Newland offers the committed, responsive legal guidance you need.

Schedule a free initial consultation at his Hamilton office to learn how he can assist. Contact him by calling 513-816-0307 or sending him an email.