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Each violent crime has its own unique issues, but all are aggressively prosecuted in Michigan.
Depending on the extent of injury and whether or not a weapon was involved, a charge can be a misdemeanor or a felony. Depending on aggravating factors, a felony charge can include consequences of five years to life in prison.
Because of the stakes of these cases, it is absolutely crucial to reach out to a skilled defense lawyer as soon as possible.
Aggravated Assault Defense Lawyers For Michigan Assault And Battery Charges
With nearly a quarter century of practice in these types of crimes, we are ready to defend against any violent crime charge, regardless of complexity. These may include:
- Felonious assault
- Great bodily harm
- Attempted murder
- Involuntary manslaughter
It is important to realize that prosecutors are always looking for aggravating factors. Any crime that puts a person in the hospital will be considered for a felony. If the victim is a member of a protected class, the prosecutors will attempt to increase the severity of a charge. We strongly encourage you to get in touch and aggressively defend as soon as possible if you have been charged.
Our lawyers are admitted to practice before the Michigan Court of Appeals, the Michigan Supreme Court, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. We are able to look at all variables and put forth the strongest defense possible.
Contact The Law Offices of Raymond A. Cassar, P.L.C., at 248-855-0911 or via email to discuss criminal charges, including aggravated domestic assault in a free consultation with a one of our attorneys.