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35th District Court Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you have been charged with a crime in Plymouth, Canton, or Northville your case will be heard at the 35th District Court.

The most common offenses we see at the 35th District Court are possession of drugs, drinking and driving, assault, and retail fraud.

Even if you believe that you are guilty of a crime you still need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. The judge and the prosecutor (person representing the police) are lawyers, they speak a different language and you need someone that understands it.

Generally, when you have a lawyer you tend to receive better treatment than someone who does not have a lawyer. Even if you think you are guilty an experienced criminal lawyer may still be able to get your case dismissed if the police violated your rights. Even if the police did everything perfectly, your lawyer may still be able to get your case dismissed or sealed or reduced.

Criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has the experience and the drive to get results. Boria has been awarded the 2016 Client’s Choice Award in criminal defense. Medical professionals, court staff, police officers and other lawyers have hired Attorney Aaron J. Boria to represent them and their families. When you are facing criminal charges that could impact the rest of your life you better call Boria (734) 453-7806.

35th District Court – Plymouth, Michigan

Judge Plakas, Judge Gerou, or Judge Lowe will preside over your case. Depending on the jurisdiction, the lawyer against you and on the side of the police will be the Canton, Plymouth, Northville city attorney’s office, or the State of Michigan prosecutor’s office for Wayne County.

Your first hearing will be an arraignment where the judge or magistrate will tell you the maximum possible penalty of the offense you are accused of committing and will set a bond.

Your second hearing will be a pre trial where your lawyer will discuss the matter with the prosecutor and try to resolve the case with a plea or a dismissal. If the case cannot be worked out then the matter will be set for a trial.

It is not uncommon for this court to combine both the arraignment and pre-trials in the same day. 

As of 2020, this court is handling the matters both in person and via Zoom. 

35th District Court Criminal Lawyer

If you have been charged with a crime contact 35th District Court criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. Boria appears in the 35th District Court on a regular basis, sometimes multiple times per week. Boria is well known and well respected in the 35th District Court by both the prosecutors and judges.

Boria has won many trials in the 35th District Court including winning in front of every judge there, something few if any other lawyers can say.

Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation.