Self-Defense and Assault Charges
Many people are charged with the crime of assault when they were actually acting in self-defense. Often, this happens because the police or prosecution do not want to take the time to thoroughly investigate a case, and they end up making the wrong decision of who to charge.
Other times the wrong person is charged in a case because multiple people are lying and pointing the finger at them.
Aaron J. Boria is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who has obtained multiple not guilty verdicts for assault and battery at both the misdemeanor and felony level.
Many of our cases have involved self-defense or the defense of another person. Call criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today for a free consultation (734) 453-7806.
Self-Defense in Michigan
Nothing is more frustrating then being charged with a crime that you didn’t commit. To make matters worse, no one in the court system listens to you when you try to tell them that you were acting in self-defense. The prosecutor will not dismiss your case simply because you claim you were assaulted, and the judge has no power to unless the case goes to trial.
Criminal attorney, Aaron J. Boria, understands these frustrations and that is why we are here to give you a voice so that you are heard. We will get the trough out so that the jury will know you were defending your self.
Self-defense is an absolute defense to any assault or even murder charge. If you were acting in self-defense then you must be found not guilty. This also includes coming to the rescue of another person, even if you were mistaken as to who was the initial aggressor.
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Assault and Battery Lawyer – Michigan
Call (734) 453-7806 for a free consultation with criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. We handle cases all over the state of Michigan for people wrongly accused of assault.