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Michigan Criminal Defense Attorneys
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We offer a 24-hour emergency service should you require advice outside the usual office hours (Emergency contact number 1-866-797-6644
Located At: 24300 Southfield Road. Ste 210, Southfield, MI. 48075
Michigan Criminal Defense Lawyers
Literally Thousands of Successful Cases Handled
If you have been arrested, charged with a crime or placed under investigation in Detroit, Southfield and surrounding counties, you need criminal attorney who know the criminal justice system — lawyers who understand what needs to be done to protect your rights and help you pursue the best possible outcome to your case. From our office in Southfield, we handle cases throughout Wayne County and beyond including Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw County.
Our criminal justice system operates under the presumption of innocence until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. We believe in this principle and will fight for everything to make sure the defense are presented fairly. If you are facing any criminal accusations or charges, please call us today at 1-313-982-0010 and schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced criminal defense lawyers. Keep in mine the advice is FREE.
What To Do After Being Arrested In Michigan?
Speak To Us Before Talking to the Police!
Police may not have enough evidence, and they hope you’ll implicate yourself or other people. We witness many cases where an individual was being investigated for a crime such as fraud and decided to talk to a detective, state police trooper, or investigating officer. After speaking with them, without an attorney, often times statements that they intended to prove their innocence were used against them later in court. In any criminal case you always speak with an attorney BEFORE speaking with any police officer or official agent. Call us 313-982-0010
24300 Southfield Road. Ste 210, Southfield, MI. 48075
When the police arrest you, you may be questioned by police. The police always is hoping for any statement. This is because it means the Police may not have enough evidence on their own to charge you with a crime and they are seeking to gather more incriminating evidence or even a confession from an interview. If the police believe there is not enough evidence at this stage to proceed with then you might let you go without being charged. If the police have some evidence, they will request a warrant from the county prosecutor office. Once the prosecutor's office received the information from the police they have the options to charge you with crimes or decline to charge you. It is up to the prosecutor to decide. In some cases the police may issue a citation against you with out going to the prosecutor such as disorderly person, urinated in public or other misdemeanors.