Assault With a Dangerous Weapon (Felonious Assault)
Weapons Felony Firearm
Assault - Aggravated
Assault With Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm less Than Murder
Assault or Assault and Battery
Up to 10 Years in Prison
Assault With a Dangerous Weapon (Felonious Assault): Not Guilty by Jury
Weapons Felony Firearm: Not Guilty by Jury
Assault – Aggravated: Not Guilty by Jury
Assault With Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm less Than Murder: Not Guilty by Jury
Assault and Battery: Guilty by Jury – Fine and one year of probation
Sometimes a driver becomes aggressive and angry and wants to harm another driver – one way or the other. Attorney Jordan’s client became the target of such a driver. He was followed to his home by a man who was in a fit of road rage. The man pulled up to the front of his home and then drove off. Attorney Jordan’s client thought that was the end of it. Instead, he found himself facing five serious charges. He called Attorney Carl Jordan.
While Attorney Jordan’s client was a college graduate with a master’s degree who worked for the state, it was difficult for the jury to look beyond the charges the client faced. Juries characterize defendants by the incidents that bring them to court.
The Prosecution Painted the Defendant as a Crazed Person.
Attorney Jordan portrayed the Defendant as a Family Man who was a victim.
During the Third Circuit Court jury trial presided over by Judge Lawrence S. Talon, Attorney Jordan described the events leading up to the situation. He helped the jurors understand how the incident unfolded. He also made sure the jury understood that the defendant had a career that would be lost if he was convicted of a felony. Furthermore, the defendant would not have done anything to jeopardize his job and his ability to provide for his family. Additionally, the defendant had never had any criminal proceedings bought against him.
After a five day trial, the jury found Mr. Jordan’s client not guilty of four of the five charges. The fifth charge of assault and battery was reduced to a misdemeanor. Mr. Jordan’s client was fined and sentenced to one year of probation.
How An Attorney Can Help
Attorney Jordan’s client faced five felony charges, including a 750.84 Assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder. A person who is found guilty of committing this crime may be imprisoned for up to 10 years and/or fined up to $5,000.00.
When you are facing criminal charges you should always retain a criminal defense attorney who is experienced in fighting the type of charges you are facing. Skilled representation can sometimes reduce or eliminate charges. It may also prevent you from facing worse charges by looking out for you throughout the process of investigation.
About Attorney Carl Jordan
With an extensive background in criminal law, Carl Jordan understands how important experience, preparation and strategy are to any defense. Immediately upon being retained, he devises a comprehensive plan to ensure the best possible outcome. All options, including dismissal or reduction in charges will be explored. If you’ve been accused of an assault crime or you are facing weapons charges, call Attorney Jordan to explore your legal options. Don’t wait to get the legal advice and legal representation needed to ensure the best possible outcome in your case. Contact Carl Jordan at 248 358-6647 or text him at 313 282-0869.