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Assault Defense Lawyer

Assault falls under an umbrella of criminal activity called “assault and battery”. This category of behavior includes simple, aggravated, domestic violence, and felonious assault. Assault can be anything from physically hurting someone to just threatening to his someone with the intent of making them think they are going to get hit.

Battery is considered to be the completion of the act of assaulting. The penalties of such crimes are steep, ranging from 3 months in jail for the most minor assault offense, to years in prison depending on the type of assault. Along with prison time, you will be subject to fines and a probation period for up to 2 years for a misdemeanor offense and 5 years for a felony offense.

If you are charged with assault and battery, time is of essence. The law office of Aaron J. Boria has handled many such cases achieving dismissals and not guilty verdicts. Boria knows how to form an assault and battery defense for your case. Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation.

Double Standard of Assault

Assault and battery charges are serious allegation in the state of Michigan, but there are many ways to fight against such convictions. There are many defenses to assault and those can include self-defense, the defense of another person, mistake, accident, or simply that the other person was lying.

Also, if there isn’t a witness to the charge it becomes a “he said, she said” case, and it is hard for the prosecution to win those types of cases without more.

Assault and battery defense attorney, Aaron J. Boria knows how to use build the right defense for your case so that the jury sees the truth.

Criminal Defense Lawyer Boria

Lawyer Aaron J. Boria is a veteran of assault and battery defense; countless assault and battery charges have been dropped and trials dismissed. You can count on Aaron J. Boria to build the proper defense that you deserve. Call (734) 453-7806.