Depending on whether or not you were convicted on the first DV battery, then the State Attorney's Office has the discretion of charging you with a 3rd degree felony on your current DV battery case. I would highly suggest you consult with a criminal defense attorney who may be able to convice the State not to charge it as a felony.
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Since you potentially could be charged with a felony battery (max penalty is $5,000 Fine, 5 years probation, 5 years prison) due to your prior battery in 2006, you will need to speak to your attorney immediately or hire a private one in order to resolve your case to your best interests. My office takes cases in Kissimmee and we offer a free consultation.
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