The assault and battery charge in Michigan is really simple. It’s a civil offense that has a penalty of up to three years in prison. In my case, I was charged with assault and battery because my car and my bike were damaged by a person who had been drinking.
That sounds really simple. Well, it is a serious charge if you have a criminal record, but there’s no jail time.
No jail time. No legal trouble at all. Theres no jail time, no criminal record. No criminal record means you don’t have to pay a fine, or even serve time in jail.
I don’t know what happened to the other guys, but I had a guy on the beach who had a couple of beers, and then he walked out of the water and started charging me twice in one breath by charging me with my battery charge. I didn’t think it was a good thing but now I see it happened. It was the guy who had been drinking the beer and then went back to his bike, and he got hurt and he had to have his bike back.
You get a fine for a misdemeanor assault, then you can go to a judge and get a misdemeanor charge and a misdemeanor fine. But that wasnt how it happened. The guy was charged with assault and battery and he had to pay a fine too. The judge didnt even bother to look at the charging sheet before he sentenced him. He just said, “You have a good day.
The thing is, Assault and Battery carries a misdemeanor charge and a misdemeanor fine. All charges and offenses carry a maximum penalty of imprisonment of up to 90 days. Assault and Battery carries a misdemeanor charge and a fine. However, a misdemeanor crime carries a maximum penalty of imprisonment of up to a year. So the fine of $100, plus the $100 in charges means he ends up having to serve almost a year in jail.
It’s a different story for assault and battery with a firearm. He can be sentenced to a year in jail if he’s convicted of assault with a firearm, but also a year in prison if he’s convicted of assault with a firearm (or with a deadly weapon). If you’re a felon, you can be arrested anywhere from several days to a year, which is pretty much the same.
Assault and battery with a firearm is a pretty serious crime, so most people with this conviction end up in prison. Assault with a deadly weapon is a pretty serious crime too, but in this case, you can be arrested almost anywhere from a day to a year.
Assault with a deadly weapon is the most serious crime because it includes the potential for the death of someone, which is pretty serious stuff. I know it’s a little unclear because it doesn’t say “in a fatal shooting.” It also doesn’t say “in a case where a person got shot in the face.” This may mean that even if the person gets arrested, it may be that they end up going to prison for this.