Assault and Battery in Michigan – What Are You Facing?


Misdemeanor Assault crimes in Michigan include Assault (Simple Assault), Assault and Battery, and Aggravated Assault. Simple Assault and Assault and Battery can put you in Jail for up to 93 days. While many believe Assault involves hitting or inflicting physical harm on someone, this is not true. Assault means that you have threatened violence toward another person and does not have to involve any touching. Assault and Battery includes contact, but no injury. The more serious Aggravated Assault involves a “serious or aggravated injury,” and the maximum Jail time is increased dramatically. If you have been accused of violating the Michigan misdemeanor assault laws, your freedom and future are best protected not by a general criminal defense attorney, but someone who concentrates on Assault cases. Call Prain Law, PLLC for a free, no obligation consultation.

Assault (Simple Assault)

Assault and Battery (A&B)

Aggravated Assault

Domestic Violence (Domestic Assault)

Domestic Violence (Domestic Assault) Second Offense

Aggravated Domestic Violence (Aggravated Domestic Assault)

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Facing an Assault and Battery Charge? Don’t make any decisions until you at least talk to Michigan Defense Attorney Brian J. Prain of PrainLaw, PLLC. Defending those accused of Assault and Battery 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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