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Domestic Violence Lawyer – Canton

Domestic Violence is a criminal charge that is taken seriously by Canton Police, the Canton Prosecutor’s Office, and Canton judges. A conviction for a first offense domestic violence, without even having any visible injuries, is punishable by 3 months in prison. With injuries present, you could face a year in the county jail for a first offense.

To date, domestic violence lawyer, Aaron J. Boria, has never lost a domestic violence trial. The majority of his clients charged with domestic violence have had their charges suppressed and they did not serve any jail time. Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation.

Canton District Court

If you are charged with domestic violence in Canton then your case will be heard at the 35th District Court in Plymouth, about a mile away from domestic violence lawyer, Aaron J. Boria’s office on the same street.

Judge Gerou, Judge, Lowe, or Judge Plakas will be one of the judges that preside over your case. We appear in front of each of these judges on a regular basis and can tell you what to expect from each one before it happens.

Domestic Violence Charges in Canton

In order to be convicted of domestic violence in Canton the prosecuting attorney must prove that you assaulted or battered someone you live with, dated, or was related to you. The Canton prosecutor must also prove that if you did hit anyone that it wasn’t done in self-defense, the defense of another person, or by accident. If the Canton prosecutor cannot prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt you must be found not guilty.

A lot of strategies go into a domestic violence case. Sometimes the person that made the allegation is lying because they are mad at you, or because they want something. Domestic violence lawyer, Aaron J. Boria focuses on bring out the truth in your case and forcing the prosecutor to prove every element of theirs. This is the key to our continued success.

Call (734) 453-7806 today to speak with Aaron J. Boria.