Resisting Arrest Dismissed in Michigan
Our client was charged with Resisting and Obstructing a Police officer in Hamtramck. He was taken to jail where he spent the night until he was allowed to post a bond. The case was heard at the 31st District Court in Hamtramck in front of the Honorable Paul J. Parunk.
If you are facing resisting and obstructing charges contact Michigan criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today for a free consultation (734) 453-7806.
After multiple meetings with the prosecuting attorney and contacting the police we were able to obtain a dismissal of all charges. Our client’s bond was returned to him and he walked out of court a free man. Criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria, was able to negotiate an outright dismissal.
Resisting Obstructing in Michigan
Resisting and Obstructing is usually charged as a felony. There are four degrees of resisting and obstructing with the lowest being punishable by up to two years in prison and the highest being life.
In this particular case our client was charged with a misdemeanor under the Hamtramck City Ordinance. Had he been convicted he could have spent months in jail.
Resisting and Obstructing is usually charged when someone assault an officer. This means that someone is being accused of hitting, pushing, or shoving a police officer or making an officer think that you are going to hit, push, or shove them.
It is possible to face an obstructing charge or resisting charge for pulling away while an officer is trying to arrest you. This is often time over exaggerated by police when they have decided to really stick charges to someone.
For more information about assault and battery click here.
Hamtramck Criminal Lawyer
If you are facing criminal charges for resisting, obstructing, or assaulting a police officer then you need to contact criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today, call (734) 453-7806.
The 31st District Court is located in Downtown Hammtramck. Judge Parunk has now been replaced by judge Alexis G. Krot.
We have obtained countless dismissals for assault charges, including resisting and obstructing charges all over the state of Michigan.