It is being reported that a 41-year-old woman from the Upper Peninsula was sentenced last week to federal prison for nearly 4 years. The crime? Biting the tip of a man's nose, hitting him with a lamp and cutting him with a knife. The crime occurred last April on the Keweenaw Bay Indian Reservation. The man is reported to require 4 or 5 surgeries for the wounds he suffered.
The attorneys at Freedman & Freedman are dedicated to representing clients accused of violent crimes throughout Warren, Sterling Heights, Farmington Hills, Royal Oak, Ferndale and the surrounding areas in Michigan. We are experienced in assisting defendants with matters involving assault and battery, domestic violence, robbery, carjacking, rape, murder/manslaughter, and much more. We represent both juveniles and adults in violent crime cases and offer a free initial consultation to help you get started.
Talking to a Michigan criminal defense attorney about your case is important. Let a lawyer at Freedman & Freedman review your case and determine what we can do to help you. Should you decide to retain our firm, we will launch a full investigation into your charges in order to uncover evidence or violations of your constitutional rights that will work to sway the case in your favor.
Contact a Michigan violent crimes attorney at our firm today for a free case evaluation!