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Detroit Lawyer – Malicious Destruction of Property – 36th District Court

Detroit criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria’s latest win was this past week at the 36th District Court in Downtown Detroit. His client was charged with Malicious Destruction of Property. The end result was case dismissed after Boria spoke with the Wayne County Prosecutor and convinced them that there was a lack of evidence and as such they would not be able to meet their burden of proof. The prosecutor agreed and the Malicious Destruction of Property charge was dismissed. Our client walked out of court a free man, didn’t do a single day in jail, no probation, and didn’t have to pay a single cent to the court.

If you have been charged with a crime in the City of Detroit then you need to call Detroit criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. Call (734) 453-7806 or email to speak with Aaron today.

At the Law Firm of Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, we don’t take on as many clients as possible to maximize profits; instead, we take on a limited number of clients each month to make sure they receive the best possible representation. As a criminal lawyer we know how confusing and scary the court system, police, and prosecution can be. It is our goal to guide you with your case every step of the way, we are not here to judge you we are here to help you win the best possible outcome.

Some past clients have included police officers, and other lawyers. Prosecutors, judges, court staff, and police officers regularly refer their friends and family to Aaron when they get in trouble. Call (734) 453-7806 to see if we are currently taking on new clientele.

Malicious Destruction of Property – 36th District Court

A few years back our client sold a car to a buddy of his. The new owner of the car had taken some speakers from a third friend and put them in the car shortly after it was purchased. There was an argument as to who the speakers should have went to. In the cover of night, someone stole the speakers out of the car. The next day it was discovered that the speakers were missing and the car was damaged during the process to the tune of a few hundred bucks. Our client got blamed. He was charged with Malicious Destruction of Property by Detroit Police and had to appear at the 36th District Court to fight the criminal charges.

Malicious Destruction of Property is a criminal misdemeanor, which means that it is punishable by up to a year in jail and will permanently go on your criminal record. (Criminal charges do not come off of your record after a period of time, that is a myth.)

The client went to court with the public defender, but the case didn’t seem to be going anywhere. Our client ultimately failed to appear for his court hearing shortly after the charges were filed and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Our client left the state in hopes of a new job and a new life. The case came back to haunt him when he was going for a job promotion and the charge showed up on a background check as outstanding. His employer told our client that the position would be contingent upon him getting the warrant removed and the case resolved.

He made the right call and that was to Detroit lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. The 36th District Court case had been reassigned to Judge Robbins who would only resolve the case if our client showed up to court. In order to resolve the case faster so our client wasn’t flying back and forth for multiple court dates Boria contacted the court and the Wayne County Prosecutor ahead of time to plan a day and make sure that everything could be resolved in a single morning, and it was. Boria and his client showed up to the court in the monrning and had the warrant recalled, they then went to the court where the proper documents were already waiting and just needed our client’s signature. Judge Robbins called the case and per the agreement between Boria and the prosecutor the criminal charge was completely dismissed. This wasn’t a plea reduction or a deferral of some kind, our client did not have to pay a fine or do any jail time, in fact, he wasn’t even punished for leaving the state.

36th District Court – Detroit Criminal Lawyer

If you have been charged with a crime in Detroit of anywhere else in Michigan call criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. We know the 36th District Court and we know criminal law. In order to stay on top of the law and know all of the newest trends and changes in the law Boria attends multiple seminars every year gaining hundreds of hours of continuing legal education.

To see if we are taking on new clients call (734) 453-7806 or email Detroit lawyer, Aaron J. Boria is who you want in your corner when the police have accused you of a crime.