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Uttering and Pulbishing Charges Dismissed

Another successful defense was mounted in the Livonia District Court as defense attorney Dana Nessel convinced the prosecutor to dismissed two felony charges.  Our client was charged with two felony counts of Uttering and Publishing, punishable by up to 14 years in prison, which were completely unfounded.  Ms. Nessel, after extensive negotiations with the Wayne County Prosecutor, secured a plea for our client which involved the dismissal of the two felony charges.  I

nstead, the client pled guilty to a misdemeanor court of larceny.  Not only did Dana keep a felony off the client’s record, but client will only serve 6 months of probation (instead of the two years she would have been facing had she proceeded on the felony), and the client’s record will be able to be expunged (for more information in expungement , click here)sooner than had she pled to the felony. 

It’s not always the loudest and most brash attorney that gets the best results.  At Nessel & Kessel Law, we have taken the time to cultivate and grow our relationships with prosecutors and judges.  These relationships are what allow prosecutors and judges to trust us and listen when we explain how and why charges should be dismissed.  These relationships are what make us the top criminal defense attorneys in Michigan.

If you or a friend or family member has been charged with a crime, or you believe that you will be charged with a crime, trust the attorneys at Nessel and Kessel Law to help you through this trying time.  When you need a fraud defense attorney in Michigan, you need Nessel and Kessel Law. Contact us today for a free consultation.



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