Case Results

Aggravated Battery - Reduced to a Misdemeanor

November 2021

Over 5 years before the arrest of our client (referred to by their initials EC), law enforcement officers responded to a disturbance. After speaking to a mother and daughter who state they were victims in a fight started by EC, they identified EC by name only to the officers. Officers ran the name of our client in their system and discovered outstanding warrants for failure to appear in other charges and obtained another arrest warrant for Aggravated Battery. 

Recently, our client was in the passenger seat of a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation and was arrested due to the warrant. Mr. Lawrence spoke with the prosecutor on EC's behalf and was able to see the felony crime of violence dropped and EC pled to the misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer for their failure to provide their name upon arrest. The sentence was $150.00 fine and they did not have to return to court.

Since every case is different, the reproduction of these results cannot be guaranteed. However, if you would like to schedule a consultation, the attorneys of Lawrence Law Firm will look at the facts of your case with the same scrutiny and will work tirelessly to achieve the most favorable results.

Aaron D. Lawrence

Aaron is a Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Attorney in Ruston, Louisiana. He received his Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center. He received his Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences from the University of North Tex...