In this case, criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria represented his client and a co-client (or co-defendant) in a case where they were both charged with assault and battery after a scuffle in the Doc’s Sports Bar bathroom. Attorney Boria was
Our client, an 18-year-old college student, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after her and her boy friend were pulled over and searched by police. She was concerned that she would lose her driver license,
Our client was charged with three criminal charges: Count one, Assaulting, resisting, obstructing, a police officer causing injury; Count 2, Assaulting, resisting, obstructing, a police officer; and Count 3, Disorderly Person Drunk. After the incident both police officers sought medical attention.
Possession of marijuana is a criminal offense in the state of Michigan. A conviction will mean that you will lose your driver license, permanently have drug crime on your criminal record, will be forced to pay fines, and you could