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Mr. Freeman keeps client out of jail

| Jun 5, 2012 | In The News, The Justice System |

Last week, Mr. Freeman helped a client walk out of Oakland County Circuit Court with his family instead of potentially facing months incarcerated. The client was charged with home invasion and the prosecution requested jail time. Mr. Freeman convinced the Judge to agree to give the client a chance to prove himself and sentenced the client under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (HYTA). HYTA is a program that gives a defendant an opportunity to prove to the court that he does not deserve to have a criminal record. HYTA is available for defendants 17 to 20 years of age, and for charges that do not carry a maximum penalty of life in prison, major controlled substance offenses, or traffic offenses.

Mr. Freeman’s client was ordered to one year of probation. Once a client successfully completes probation time, pays the probation and court costs, and completes any other rehabilitation, counseling or community service programs ordered by the court, then the underlying criminal charge will be dismissed.

To evaluate your case, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney.