Best Defenses to Assault and Battery In Michigan

undefinedBest Defenses to Assault and Battery In Michigan to keep you out of jail

In my time as a Michigan Assault and Battery Lawyer, I have never had a client go to jail! Prain Law, PLLC has represented assault crimes, including Assault and Battery, Aggravated Assault, and a range of Felony Assaults. Both Assault and Battery and Aggravated Assault charges are classified as misdemeanors. As a result, there is no potential for State imprisonment, however a conviction of Assault and Battery in Michigan can have you locked away for up to 93 days in the County Jail. Below you will discover the most effective ways to remain out of jail:

(Related: Misdemeanor Assault)

1. Avoid an Assault and Battery conviction! An experienced Michigan Assault and Battery Attorney can defend your case in a Jury Trial or Dismissal without any additional risk. Trial requires lengthy preparation but the words NOT GUILTY from a Judge’s mouth make it all worth while.

2. In the event that you plan on entering a No Contest or Guilty Plea, your Assault and Battery Lawyer ought to fight for a Cobbs Valuation/Plea from the Judge or a Killebrew Agreement with the Prosecutor for no jail time. Despite Judges tendency to claim that these options are not available in their courtrooms, we have successfully achieved both in the past. Some agreements can ensure your sentence prior to giving your plea to either Assault and Battery or a reduced charge. This will be discussed over the phone or during your free face-to-face consultation.

(Related: Domestic Violence)

3. It is imperative that your Michigan Assault and Battery Attorney researches your case before your Sentencing. While a No Contact Order prevents you from contacting the alleged victim, your lawyer can communicate with them and establish a relationship to convey your regret. This process could result in the victim telling the Probation Department and or the Court to treat you leniently and that your are a good person.

Get the right, experienced, Michigan Assault and Battery Lawyer! It really does make a difference.

If you’re still reading this, chances are you’d benefit from a free, confidential, face-to-face consultation with Brian J. Prain, Michigan Assault and Battery Lawyer. Call Prain Law, PLLC right now at (248) 731-4543 and let us help put your mind at ease.

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Prain Law, PLLC is focused only on the types charges featured on our website. This helps us deliver the decisive, effective advocacy for which our clients know us. We only serve individuals currently under investigation or who have a current case pending in court. Our firm does not represent injury victims, defendants who have already taken a plea or have been sentenced, or those seeking to expunge a criminal record. We do not respond to anyone who is not involved in a pending investigation or who has a court case for a type of charge we do not handle, but we wish you the very best of luck.