When I started the practice of law in 1987, I dedicated myself to helping defendants accused of crimes. Many defendants do not understand or appreciate their constitutional rights. I have the experience, commitment, and connections to represent you aggressively.
Being charged with a violent crime is a serious matter with potentially severe consequences. I will protect your rights and defend you. I can assist you in all areas, including:
You were charged with threatening to physically attack or harm another person or physically assaulted another.
You were charged with making physical contact with another person that was offensive or caused harm.
You were charged with assaulting or threatening someone with a motor vehicle , such as a truck, motorcycle, or car and harmed that person.
You were charged with taking unwanted possession of an object that belonged to anther person, while in that person’s immediate presence.
You were charged with intentionally and unlawfully taking something that belonged to another person.
Illegal gun possession:
You were charged with owning or possessing a firearm while unlicensed or while otherwise legally disallowed from having a weapon. The use of a firearm in a violent crime, such as drug-trafficking, can lead to enhanced penalties.
You were charged with causing the death of another through reckless or careless behavior.
You were charged with killing another intentionally. Murder may be classified as either first-degree or second-degree. First-degree murder is often distinguished from second-degree by the premeditated nature of the act. If you carefully planned the murder, you can be convicted of first-degree. If the crime as a spontaneous act of passion, you’ll be more likely to face a second-degree charge.
You were charged with committing the crime of money laundering, forfeiture, counterfeiting, or some other form of fraudulent activity.
I have experience handling state and federal charges, and will work diligently to protect your constitutional rights. Contact Law Office of G. Sal Gani P.C. today!
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Sentencing depends on whether you are facing a misdemeanor or felony. A judge sentences you once you have pleaded guilty or a jury finds you guilty. The Court can sentence you immediately or hold a sentencing hearing.
You will be required to participate with the probation department to have a pre-sentence interview and sentence recommendation.
Law Office of G. Sal Gani P.C. has 30 years of experience in providing you with aggressive legal representation for criminal defense, sex crimes, felonies, and family law cases.
We serve the Mid-Michigan area. Call us today to schedule an appointment. You will also get a FREE legal consultation.