Blog Posts in January, 2013

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  • Michigan Assault With Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less Than Murder Explained
    Michigan Assault With Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less Than Murder Explained

    A Michigan Assault Lawyer Talks About Defending Assault With Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less-Than Murder Charges . . . As a Michigan Assault Lawyer , I defend those charged with the Michigan ...

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  • Will Domestic Violence Charge Be Dismissed if Victim No Longer Wants to Press Charges?
    Will Domestic Violence Charge Be Dismissed if Victim No Longer Wants to Press Charges?

    Michigan Domestic Violence Attorney Explains Away a Common Myth . . . I am a Michigan Domestic Violence Attorney , and that means that I defend clients against Domestic Violence charges every day, ...

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  • Will Domestic Violence Charges Be Dismissed If Victim Doesn't Show-Up?
    Will Domestic Violence Charges Be Dismissed If Victim Doesn't Show-Up?

    As a Michigan Domestic Violence Attorney , I get asked many of the same questions daily by both clients facing Michigan Domestic Violence charges and their Complaining Witnesses alike (often ...

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  • Domestic Violence Attorney Talks Sentencing and Jail (or Not)
    Domestic Violence Attorney Talks Sentencing and Jail (or Not)

    Domestic Violence Attorney in Michigan Explains What to Expect at The End of Your Case... As a Michigan Domestic Violence Attorney , one of the most common questions we receive from our clients and ...

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  • Domestic Violence Laws Get Tougher in Michigan: New 5 Year Prison Max
    Domestic Violence Laws Get Tougher in Michigan: New 5 Year Prison Max

    Domestic Violence Attorney Explains Michigan's Tough New Domestic Violence Sentencing Laws The Law Office of Brian J. Prain, PLLC concentrates on defending those facing Domestic Violence charges (also ...

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  • Will I Go to Jail for Self-Defense?
    Will I Go to Jail for Self-Defense?

    If you believe you will face assault and battery charges in Michigan for defending yourself through the use of non-deadly force, a conviction would depend on the circumstances of the incident. In ...

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