Felonious Assault Crimes in Michigan – What Charges Are You Facing?

Felony assault charges in Michigan are extremely serious.  Even if you’ve never been accused of a crime before, a felony Assault charge carries with it a real possibility of Jail or Prison time.  Michigan felony Assault charges include Felonious Assault (Assault With a Dangerous Weapon), Assaulting, Resisting, or Obstructing a Police Officer (Resisting and Obstructing), Assault With Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less Than Murder, Assault With Intent to Commit Murder (AWIM), and others.  Don’t make the mistake of trusting your life with a criminal defense attorney who spends a majority of their time defending drug and theft cases.  At PrainLaw, PLLC, we concentrate on defending those accused of violating the Michigan Felony Assault laws.  Call PrainLaw, PLLC now for a free consultation.

Felonious Assault (Assault With a Dangerous Weapon)

Assaulting, Resisting or Obstructing a Police Officer (“Certain Persons”)

Felony Domestic Violence Third Offense

Assault With Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less Than Murder (“GBH”)

Assault With Intent to Commit Murder (“AWIM”)

Assault With Intent to Commit a Felony (Other Various Types)

Michigan law has also earmarked certain felonies for special treatment with specific statues, including even harsher potential punishment. Here are a few examples:

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Facing a Michigan felonious assault charge? Don’t make any decisions until you at least talk to Michigan Criminal Defense lawyer Brian J. Prain of PrainLaw, PLLC.  Defending those accused of felonious assault crimes is what we do!  Call us anytime at (844) CRIM-HELP or (248)763-0641. Contact us via email here

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