A military member facing UCMJ offenses for assault and battery has a number of potential defenses to the charges. An experienced courts-martial defense lawyer can listen to the facts of the incident and make an accurate determination of whether or not those defenses apply to your case, or whether a justification such as self-defense, applies in your case. Gapasin, Capovilla & Williams, LLP, has litigated several assault and battery cases and has been successful on many charges that appeared to be slam-dunks for the prosecution. GCW Law’s experienced lawyers know what to look for in order to successfully defend a client charged with assault and battery. The cross-examination of prosecution witnesses is absolutely key. The attorneys of GCW Law are former JAGs and experienced litigators who understand how important cross-examining prosecution witnesses can be in an assault and battery case.