Felonious Assault in Clinton Township
When assault charges and weapons offenses collide, serious criminal penalties are almost always on the line. Felonious assault charges result when one person assaults another with a dangerous weapon, and with jail time, fines, and a felony record at stake, it is critical to work with the best possible violent crimes lawyer throughout your case. Grabel & Associates is recognized statewide and nationally as a leader in felony assault defense, and we know what it takes to expose false allegations and protect clients from excessive criminal penalties. Get in touch with a member of our violent crimes defense team now for a free, no obligation consultation and learn more about our tested approach to Clinton assault defense. We are committed to doing whatever we can to combat felonious assault accusations and other charges that may be incurred as a result of an alleged assault with a deadly or dangerous weapon in Clinton Township.
Contact Grabel & Associates now and connect with founding attorney Scott Grabel, who boasts over a decade of experience fighting for clients in tough cases like yours throughout Clinton county and the state of Michigan. Our trial lawyers know how to protect you even as police and prosecutors expend all their resources in efforts to build a case against you, and our past clients will tell you just how much of a difference our team has made in even the most complex legal situations. We are always available to begin working with clients statewide, and are prepared to dedicate as much effort as necessary to helping you obtain a favorable case outcome. Contact Grabel & Associates now for a free initial case analysis and let us guide you through the initial steps you need to take to protect yourself.
Felonious Assault Legislation
According to Michigan assault legislation, a felonious assault occurs when a person assaults another person with a dangerous weapon without intent to commit murder or inflict great bodily harm. Assault GBH and assault with intent to murder are more serious criminal charges, which can lead to even harsher penalties than felonious assault conviction, which is already a serious felony. As outlined in the Penal Code, a dangerous weapon for purposes of this law can include:
- Iron bar/Crowbar
- Brass Knuckles
Anything else that may be considered a dangerous or deadly weapon can also be included under felonious assault. If convicted, a felony record and harsh penalties are on the line. In addition, if a felonious assault takes place in a weapon-free school zone, the defendant can face additional penalties on top of the normal maximums for felonious assault. Always speak to a lawyer as soon as you can if you or someone you care about has been accused of a felony criminal offense. Our lawyers are available now to defend your rights and fight for your freedom.
Criminal Penalties for Felonious Assault
If you are convicted of felonious assault, you will face up to 4 years in prison and a fine of up to $2,000, along with a felony record which severely restricts your freedom for years after other penalties have been served. Offenders who are convicted of committing a felonious assault in a weapon-free school zone can face a fine of up to $6,000, and community service of up to 150 hours in addition to the 4-year jail sentence that is possible in all Clinton felonious assault cases.
The attorneys at Grabel & Associates have experience defending clients who are facing all types of wrongful allegations, including felony assault charge accusations. Speak to one of our attorneys now and find out how we can help you as you fight back against conviction.
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