What is aggravated battery in Florida?
Answer: Aggravated battery would be more based on the type of battery that could be involved. So for instance, if it’s a pregnant woman or a person over the age of 65, that can be considered an aggravated battery, which would be a felony. If there was strangulation involved, it could be, fall under the aggravated battery—which, it’s not, it would be more in a felony sense then a necessarily just in that title. Also, the nature of the injury could make something be categorized as an aggravated battery.