CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Dearborn Criminal Defense Attorney
Representing clients facing misdemeanor, felony, and juvenile criminal offenses in Dearborn and throughout Wayne County.
Dearborn and Wayne County
Criminal Defense Attorney
Retaining a criminal defense attorney after being charged with serious felonies like Assault, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Burglary, or Murder is extremely important. The outcome of your case can hinge on the skills your attorney brings forth and how aggressively they defend your rights. Ashlee Duplessis is a skilled litigator and criminal defense attorney who has worked throughout Michigan defending folks accused of the most serious offenses. Punishments for these serious offenses can land a person decades behind bars. Don’t let that happen to you.
If you are facing a felony or misdemeanor charge in Dearborn or anywhere in Wayne County you should contact a criminal defense attorney who can take on your case. Not all attorneys have the experience and practice necessary to handle criminal cases. That’s why contacting and retaining adequate defense is important. A mark on your criminal record can affect your future drastically. Housing, Employment, Scholarships, and Education can all be tougher to find with a criminal record.
Our firm has a proven track record of minimizing damages and maximizing your chances at a fair outcome. Duplessis Law is dedicated to defending your constitutional rights and defending your innocence when facing serious accusations. If you’ve been charged or accused of a serious felony offense in Dearborn or anywhere in Wayne County you need to count on your criminal defense attorney to defend you tooth and nail. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
FELONY DEFENSE LAWYER
Just as the misdemeanor charges, assault is an attempt to cause physical injury to another by striking with a hand, or object.
Unlike a misdemeanor charge, a felony assault charge is an assault committed with the intent to murder or maim the victim. This is punishable by up to life imprisonment.
If the offender intends to commit great bodily harm (for example, repeatedly kicking or punching a victim) or strangulation but not murder, the offense is punishable by a maximum sentence of one year in jail.
There are many factors that can change the outcome of a trial. Our team will review your situation and make recommendations based on our years of experience practicing law in the state if Michigan.
Contact an experienced Assault & Battery Attorney today for a free consultation.
The charge of attempted murder is extremely serious. Individuals being accused of murder need to understand the severity of their case and the potentially life-changing consequences.
Detroit Violent Crimes Lawyer can help you to pursue your case and will ensure you get a fair trial.
Charged with a violent crime? Contact us today.
If you have been charged with retail fraud you could be facing up to five (5) years in prison and paying heavy fines to compensate the businesses affected.
No matter the value of the stolen property, it is important to have legal representation to avoid criminal punishment. I will work to clear your name of these charges or reduce the charges.
Contact me today to receive a free consultation on your case.
Also known as identity fraud, is not only limited to making purchases on another person’s card, it is also any kind of attempts to open a new credit card under another person’s name.
If you have been a victim or accused of credit card fraud it is important to immediately seek legal counsel. Let me help you to find peace of mind in this difficult situation. Start with a free consultation.