Affray Law

Affray is a criminal offence that involves participating in a public disturbance, typically involving violence or the threat of violence. Bazzi Law is experienced in handling affray cases, offering expert legal advice and personalised defence strategies. This guide is intended to help you understand affray charges and how our firm can assist you.

What Constitutes an
Affray Charge?

Affray typically refers to fighting or causing a violent disturbance in a public place. It is important to understand the legal definitions and implications of affray, as they can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the specifics of the incident.

Legal Consequences of
Affray Convictions

The penalties for affray can range from fines to imprisonment, depending on the severity of the disturbance and the involvement of the accused. Understanding these potential outcomes is crucial for anyone facing affray charges.

Bazzi Law’s Approach to
Affray Defence

Our legal team offers a robust, personalised defence strategy, focusing on the unique aspects of each case. We work to challenge the prosecution’s evidence and advocate for the best possible outcome.

The Legal Process in Affray Cases

Navigating Your Defence with Bazzi Law

Initial Consultation

Discussing the details of your case and potential defence strategies.

Case Analysis

Comprehensive review of the charges and evidence against you.

Court Representation

Strong representation in court, managing all legal aspects and negotiations.

Seeking the Best Resolution

Aiming for the most favourable resolution, be it through trial, plea negotiations, or case dismissal.

Empowering Your Defence Against Affray Charges

Navigating affray charges requires skilled legal guidance. Bazzi Law is committed to providing comprehensive and personalised defence strategies to help you through this challenging time.

 Contact us today to discuss your case and how we can assist in your defence.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I am charged with affray?
It is critical to seek legal representation immediately. Avoid discussing the details of the case with others before consulting a solicitor.
Can affray charges be contested or reduced?
Yes, charges can be contested or reduced, depending on the strength of the evidence and the defence strategy.
What are effective defence strategies for affray cases?

Defence strategies may include challenging the prosecution’s version of events, demonstrating self-defence, or highlighting the lack of intent to cause public disturbance.

How does the location and context of the incident affect an affray case?
The location and context can significantly impact the legal strategy, as they influence the perception of the disturbance and the accused’s role in it.