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Our firm can handle a variety of cases and fight to reduce or even dismiss misdemeanor or felony charges! From day one, we work to pursue the very best outcome for each client. We know that no two cases are alike, and put a great deal of time and effort into providing a customized defense for each case. We investigate the circumstances surrounding your charges and exploit any weaknesses in the prosecution’s evidence.
Let our years of experience work for you. No matter if you have been arrested or charged with a crime in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Washtenaw County, Monroe County, or anywhere in the Metro-Detroit area, call today for a free consultation and case evaluation. Payment plans are available. Our expert criminal staff have decades of experience in a wide variety of criminal matters including the following:
- Misdemeanor or felony offense
- Gun or weapon charges
- Domestic violence
- Drug possession or sales
- Assault and battery
- Traffic tickets
- License restoration
- Probation or parole violations
- Bond hearings
- Criminal expungements
- Retail Fraud
- Violent crimes
- Juvenile offenses
TIPS ON HOW TO RESPOND TO AN ARREST
An arrest is a stressful and confusing experience. If you or a loved one has been in this situation, it’s important that you know how to conduct yourself in order to have a better chance at a dismissal of charges or lighter sentence. The most important thing to remember is to get in contact with a trusted and experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.
What not to do during and after an arrest:
- Don’t argue that you are innocent. The more you say, the more that could be twisted and held against you. Wait until you can speak with a lawyer to make your side of the story heard.
- Don’t run away from law enforcement. Running away from law enforcement will only make things worse. You may experience a more forceful arrest as a result.
- Don’t talk more than is necessary. Again, anything you say could be misconstrued to mean that you are guilty. Speak as little as possible until you are able to explain your case to your lawyer.
- Don’t resist arrest. Do not push away or otherwise resist an officer who is attempting to arrest you. This could mean additional charges.