Domestic Violence Dismissed Detroit
Our client was in Detroit picking up his kids from his estranged wife when the two of them got into an argument. There was a discrepancy between his story and hers. She accused him of slapping her, and he accused her of scratching him and he defending himself. The Detroit police charged him with domestic violence.
The wife also spoke with police and accused him of slapping her in the face a few weeks prior causing her to seek medical attention. The Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney charged our client with two counts of domestic violence.
The case was heard at the 36th District Court in Detroit Michigan.
The client called Detroit criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806, and got the domestic violence charges dismissed.
Domestic Violence Lawyer – Detroit
Our client works as an officer for the federal government. He is required to carry a gun to do his job. A domestic violence conviction would result in the inability for him to carry a gun, so if he were convicted of domestic violence he would lose his career of over 12 years.
We negotiated a deal where our client would plead guilty to disturbing the peace and after one year the case would be dismissed. Disturbing the peace is a non-abstractable offense that won’t prevent him from being able to carry a gun, which means he can keep his job. He also will not have a criminal conviction on his record.
Detroit Criminal Lawyer – Boria
If you have been charged with domestic violence in Detroit, or anywhere else in Michigan then you need to call Detroit criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. We get the results that other so-called criminal lawyers cannot.
Boria has obtained countless dismissals and not guilty verdicts. Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation.