CADILLAC — A 42-year-old Cadillac man confronted three felony offenses throughout his latest arraignment in Wexford County’s 84th District Courtroom.
Joseph Curtis Nelson was charged with two counts of police officer assault, resist or hinder and one rely of home violence third offense. A routine offender third offense discover was added to the fees, which improve the utmost sentence by twice the utmost.
If convicted, Nelson faces as much as 4 years in jail and/or $4,000 in fines on the 2 police officer assault, resist or hinder offenses whereas he faces as much as 10 years in jail and/or $10,000 in fines.
The fees are merely accusations and never proof of guilt. Nelson is presumed harmless except and till confirmed responsible in a courtroom of legislation. The prosecution has the burden of proving guilt past an affordable doubt.
The courtroom issued a $5,000 money or surety bond and a possible trigger convention was scheduled on Sept. 28.