Many great parents have been charged with the crime of child neglect for leaving their kids in the car in order to quickly run in and out of a store. We understand the embarrassment and frustration of being charged with a crime and being accused of not being a good parent. At Boria Law, we fight for our clients and we get results other lawyers simply do not.
Our client was accused of neglecting her children when she ran into the Northville Meijer store to get diapers and left her kids in the car. The kids threw a fit in the car, honking the horn and screaming, and attracting the attention of an onlooker who called the police. When the police arrived our client was charged with child neglect, a misdemeanor that could have landed her in jail for 93 days.
Our client made the right call and that was to criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. We saved them from potential immigration consequences, and the child negliect criminal charge was ultimately dismissed. Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation.
Immigration and Criminal Charges
Aside from the criminal charge our client had another problem, and that was her immigration status. This crime could have landed her in hot water had she been found guilty of it. Crimes of moral turpitude have a negative impact on immigration status and in some situation could even result in deportation.
Our client contacted Northville criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria and we got her criminal charges dismissed. If you are facing criminal charges in the 35th District Court or anywhere else in Michigan contact us today for a free consultation (734) 453-7806.
Northville Criminal Defense
Our client was facing up to 93 days in jail, major fines and costs for Child Neglect, a criminal misdemeanor.
The matter was heard at the 35th District Court in Plymouth, which has jurisdiction over criminal cases charged in Northville. Judge Lowe presided over the matter and we negotiated with the Northville Township Prosecutor’s Office.
Northville criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria was able to negotiate a reduction to disturbing the peace, a non-abstractable offense that is not a crime of moral turpitude, and even that reduced charge will be dismissed from her record in 6 months. Our client will not even have to report to probation, she simply has to wait 6 months and then the reduced offense will be dismissed.
The result will not show up on our clients record and asked if she has ever been convicted of a crime she will never have to mention this incident.
Call (734) 453-7806 today to speak with criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria.