Allegations of assault come in different forms. The most common are those listed below:

  • Assault & Battery
  • Assault with Intent to Resist or Prevent Arrest
  • Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm (ABH)
  • Assault on a Constable in the Execution of his/her Duty
  • Resisting or Wilfully Obstructing a Constable
  • Wounding or Inflicting Grievious Bodily Harm (GBH s20)
  • Wounding or Inflicting Grievious Bodily Harm with Intent (GBH s18)
  • Attempted Murder

Each of these types of offences have different evidential considerations, which need to be understood and properly dealt with.

At McKenzies, we have a wealth of experience in dealing with these types of offences, which means we can provide you with expert advice and representation, ensuring that the best possible result is achieved.

We are very proactive and dog like in the preparation of our client's cases. Whether it's tracking down witnesses, CCTV evidence or just chasing the prosecution to disclose material that can help, we leave no stone unturned.

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