Aggressive, Affordable, and Experienced Criminal Defense – Free Consultation
Contacting a Detroit Criminal Lawyer is one of the first steps you must take if you or a loved one has been arrested, whether it is for a misdemeanor or felony. It is crucial to get legal representation from an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will fight for you, educate you about the criminal defense process, and relieve your stress.
“Realize your constitutional rights”
Choosing the right criminal defense attorney to represent you or your loved one is the most important decision you can make when charged with a crime. Ask yourself, does the criminal defense attorney have:
- Personal Relationship with the Judge and Prosecutor?
- 100′s of criminal defense cases just like yours
- Years of experience as a Criminal Defense Attorney
- Experience as a Judge or Prosecutor
- Affordable fees for all types of clients
- A personality you can get along with
- Provide you with the best chance to stay out of jail and keep your record clean.
Our law firm’s skilled attorneys know their way around every court system you need help in. And, with our firm’s payment plans and credit card payments, you can afford the best defense. Calling one of our attorneys is the BEST decision you will ever make.
If you’ve already been charged with a crime, Detroit Criminal Lawyer is ready to advocate for you as your criminal lawyer in Michigan. We carry forward vigorous and conscientious defenses against criminal accusations. You have everything to gain.
If you are charged with a crime, you don’t need a celebrity, you need a fighter. Someone who will turn over every rock in your defense. You need a committed advocate. Someone who can take a body blow or two and keep advancing. You need a soldier. Criminal cases require lawyers with attention to detail, an energetic investigation, and a coherent plan of defense. If you hire Detroit Criminal Lawyer, we will deliver that and more on your behalf.
The nature of the legal system is such that prosecuting attorneys often have enormous advantages over defendants — we even the scales. We won’t be intimidated by the prosecution. We’ll investigate your case and find the flaws in the state’s theories. We’ll find witnesses and arrange expert testimony on your behalf. Our criminal defense lawyers will be your champion and make sure your rights are defended and your interests represented.
What Clients Say?
I thought I was going to have to do jail time for a gun charge, but you took care of it for me, where I didn’t have to go to jail. He worked much harder than my old lawyer. He’s real smart too. – L.W.
Thank you so much! You saved my son’s life. I can never repay you for everything you did to clear his name. -V.D.
You got my possession with intent charge dismissed. He worked so hard for me and never pressured me into taking a plea deal. I will definitely recommend him to anyone I know that needs a lawyer. -S.R.
What Are Our Advantages?
Detroit Criminal Lawyer will get you in touch with the best lawyer for your situation, whether it’s Assault and Battery, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Drunk Driving, Expungement, OWI, DWI, Fraud Defense, Probation Violation, Speeding Tickets, Suspended License, Traffic Violations, Violent Crimes, White Collar Crime, just to name a few. Our Detroit Criminal Lawyers are committed to protecting and vindicating the rights of people.
Even the least serious criminal charge can have a significant impact on your future, if not handled properly. A dedicated, aggressive, and experienced attorney from The Detroit Criminal Lawyer Firm, can be the strongest tool to help you navigate Michigan’s legal system and fight for a positive outcome.
Our lawyers have successfully handled all types of criminal matters throughout Michigan, with a laser focus on Detroit.
Michigan criminal defense law firms provide aggressive criminal defense in state and federal courts. It is never too early to begin preparing your defense in a criminal case, whether it involves a felony or a misdemeanor. Engaging a criminal defense attorney early on, even before charges are filed or warrants are issued, increases your chances of getting charges reduced, evidence suppressed, or your charges dismissed. You also give your criminal defense attorney enough time to investigate all legal options and devise an effective strategy. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate whether any constitutional rights, such as the right to a fair trial and other liberties guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment, have been violated.
Attorneys are committed to skillfully representing our clients and will only consider a plea bargain if it is in your long-term interests. But whatever charge, they recognize that your liberty is at stake and that a guilty verdict of any kind affects not only the accused but also family and friends.
Misdemeanor or Felony?
Whether a crime is classified as a felony or misdemeanor is usually determined by the implied punishment. Sentencing of one year or more in prison is reserved for felony charges, while jail time of a year or less defines a misdemeanor. Some crimes may be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the circumstances of the crime or whether it was a repeat offense.
Felony in Michigan
Felonies are punishable under both state and federal law; a felony is a serious offense punishable by imprisonment for more than a year. There is no death penalty in Michigan, and the maximum sentence for a felony is life imprisonment. Crimes that are generally classified as felonies include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Sex Offenses Vehicle Manslaughter
- Felony DUI / OWI Voluntary / Involuntary Manslaughter Aggravated Assault Homicide
- Receiving Stolen Property
- Murder, rape, arson, burglary, and kidnapping
- Robbery with a weapon
- Weapons used in drug trafficking
- Child Pornography Grand Theft
A misdemeanor may be prosecuted in either federal or state court. Speeding in a national park is an example of a federal misdemeanor. An example of a state misdemeanor would be disturbing the peace. Crimes classified as misdemeanors include, but are not limited to, the following:
- First Offense Shoplifting / DUI
- Basic Battery
- Petty Theft
- Simple Assault Sexual Assault Possession of Drugs