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Wisconsin Aggravated Battery Law

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | June 22, 2021

The definition of “aggravated battery” under Wisconsin law includes the following:

-causing great bodily harm to an individual

-intentionally causing great bodily harm to an individual

-intentionally causing great bodily harm which results in a risk of great bodily injury

In the face of aggravated battery charges, contact J. Kippa Law, LLC. Attorney Jeffrey Kippa and team understand the fears individuals may have after being arrested or charged with a crime. Our firm ensures you will work directly with experienced criminal defense attorneys throughout your case.

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