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Michigan Man Charged With Felonious Assault After Golf Course Attack

undefinedFelonious assault in Michigan can result in up to 4 years in prison and as much as $2,000.00 in fines for an assault with a dangerous weapon.

A 59-year-old man is charged with felonious assault after attacking another golfer with a 5 iron on the 12th hole of an Oakland County golf course.

(Related: Criminal Sexual Conduct)

Glenn Lott was arraigned Friday in Rochester Hills District Court and ordered to stay away from golf courses along with a $100,000 bond.

According to the Oakland County sheriff’s office a 65-year-old West Bloomfield man was struck across the arm Thursday with a golf club during an argument over scoring at the Westwynd Golf Course in Oakland Township, north of Detroit.

(Related: Assault With Intent to Commit a Felony (Various Types))

The man was also stabbed in the arm with the jagged edge of the broken club.

Lott was later arrested at his Oakland Township home. He will appear next in court on Tuesday.

(Related: Aggravated Assault)

Friday’s court records had no indication of a defense attorney present for Lott.

The Michigan Felonious Assault law is a very complex law made up of many small parts that come together to have a devastating impact. As the famous expression goes “the whole is more than the sum of its parts”; each element that the government must prove is broadly defined and relatively easy to apply to a wide range of situations.

If you or a loved is charged with Felonious Assault in Michigan, act immediately to assure your best criminal defense and call Prain Law, PLLC, your Michigan Felonious Assault Attorney at (248) 731-4543.

You’ll get an absolutely free face-to-face consultation. With innovative motions and defenses, the courage and experience to stand up to scrupulous prosecutors, and belief in your innocence, no one will commit to your arduous battle more than us. Why not call us right now?

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