The events leading up to and during an arrest can be chaotic. Things can get physical to the point of the arrestee suffering serious injuries, only to discover that he or she is being charged with battery of:
- A law enforcement officer (LEO)
- A correctional officer
- A correctional probation officer
- An auxiliary law enforcement officer
- An auxiliary correctional officer
- A county probation officer
While you may think your options are limited in facing such a serious criminal charge, you should still take action and secure the legal advocacy you need. At The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen, serving Orange and Seminole counties, we spend time with our clients to understand the circumstances surrounding their arrest.
Orlando Battery of a Law Enforcement Officer Attorney
Corey I. Cohen — the founder of our Florida criminal defense law firm — brings together his experience and legal knowledge with a unique point of view. Prior to establishing our law office, he served as a state prosecutor. He knows how criminal cases are built. He knows that additional charges are often added, particularly when it comes to resisting arrest or battery of an LEO.
His prosecutorial background includes trying cases in the courtroom. As a criminal defense attorney, he does not shy away from trial. In many cases, litigation provides the best outcome for clients facing battery of a law enforcement officer. The process allows him to cross-examine police officers to find out what truly happened.
Contact a Defense Lawyer Now
If you are facing battery of a law enforcement officer in addition to other serious criminal charges, contact attorney Corey Cohen at 407-246-0066 for more detailed information about your case.