Assault with the Intent to Commit Murder in Michigan

Charged with the Intent to Commit Murder?

Assault with the intent to commit murder, also known as attempted murder, is a felony and is punishable by up to life in prison. Assault with intent to commit murder requires the prosecutor to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you intended to kill another person.

Some of the defenses to Assault with the intent to Commit Murder is self defense, defense of others, insanity, etc. The charge of assault with the intent to commit murder may be reduced to Assault with the intent to cause GBH less than murder if the facts can support such a lesser charge.  Other Assaultive Defenses include . . . Click Here

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