There are four types of assault that a person may be charged with, this is common assault, serious assault, assault occasioning bodily harm, and grievous bodily harm. In Queensland, any person who makes physical contact with another person, without that persons consent, may be charged with assault. However, in some cases, the physical contact need not occur, where a gesture or threatened use of force may constitute assault.
If you have been charged with assault, we recommend that you obtain an initial consultation with our office. We will assess the charge which has been laid against you and provide you with advice on how best to proceed. Our firm specialises in criminal law and are prepared to assist, represent, and case manage people who have been charged with assault.
Call our office on 1800 200 357 to arrange a meeting.