Oakland County Lawyer Great Success
No Prison Time For Defendant Facing Years
Criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria obtained a great result at the Oakland County Circuit Court yesterday morning. Our client was facing a minimum of two years in prison and as much as 5 years. She walked out of the court yesterday with probation.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges contact Oakland County Criminal Lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today (734) 453-7806.
Boria fights for his clients and gets results other lawyers simply do not. Call today!
Criminal Offense in Oakland County
The Oakland County Prosecutor charged our client with one count of Felonious Assault, Carrying Concealed Weapon, Reckless Discharge of a Firearm, Discharging a Firearm in a Building, and two counts of Felony Firearm.
The incident occurred in the Rochester Hills area. The Oakland County Sheriff made the arrest. The case was heard at the 52-3 Rochester Hills District Court and was bound over after preliminary exam to the Oakland County Circuit Court.
The following are the allegations alleged in the case: The case involved a dispute between two women over the property of a third party. A gun was pulled by out client to stop the other woman from taking the third parties property believing that the property should go to our client instead. A gun was pulled and fired. Our client fled and was later pulled over with the loaded gun in her car.
One Felony Firearm alone carries a MINNIMUM of two years in prison. A conviction for Felony Firearm runs consecutive to any other conviction. This means that if you are charged with felonious assault and the judge orders you to one year in prison for that charge then you would first have to serve two years on felony firearm then the year on the felonious assault. Normally offenses run concurrently meaning that the time on the charges would run at the same time and you would only serve two years.
Oakland County Lawyer Gets Results
We were able to get both of the Felony Firearm charges dismissed. Once those were dismissed she was looking at 5 to 28 months in prison with a maximum of 5 years. We were able to convince the judge that prison time was not necessary and she gave a Cobbs to probation. A Cobbs agreement is a legal promise by the judge to sentence a certain way. Our client did not spend a single day in jail and was given linenet probation.
Call (734) 453-7806 today for a free consultation with Oakland County criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria