Top Detroit Defense Attorney Gets NG
At a trial before Judge Gregory Bill at the Wayne County Circuit Court, Chris Kessel, top Detroit defense attorney, was able to secure a not guilty verdict for his client. The client, KA, was charged with malicious destruction of property and arson – 4th degree. The client was potentially facing potential prison time as well as a several thousand dollar fine.
The prosecutor’s case was based upon the complaining witness testifying that they actually saw the client burning their property, specifically her car. After intense cross examination by Chris Kessel, the witnesses was forced to admit that she never actually saw the face of the person who she believed burned her car. Further, she was also forced to testify that when she actually the person running away from the vehicle, the person was several houses away and was running through shadows. Eventually, the witness was left with no choice but to admit that even though she believed that the person who damaged her car was the defendant, she could not say for sure. After hearing all of the evidence, Chris Kessel explained to the judge that there was no evidence that anyone actually saw the client commit any crime. Judge Bill was left with no other choice but to find the client not guilty.
Knowing the right questions to ask when cross-examining a witness only comes when you know the law and have court room experience. The experienced Michigan criminal defense attorneys at Nessel and Kessel Law have a full and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the law in Michigan. You should expect nothing less from p Detroit defense attorney, Chris Kessel. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in Michigan, contact the defense lawyers at Nessel and Kessel Law for a free consultation.