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Michigan Criminal Defense

Speak with a Michigan Criminal Defense Attorney Now

A Michigan criminal defense attorney may be able to help you, whether you’ve been arrested, charged with a crime, or are under investigation. You may need to understand your constitutional rights, the criminal court system, and the consequences of a criminal conviction before you go to court. A Michigan criminal defense attorney can explain how to avoid missing critical opportunities in your case.

A Michigan criminal defense lawyer can assess your case and explain where there may be weaknesses. When arrested, were you read your Miranda rights? Was your property searched? Even if the Michigan attorney cannot find a cause for dismissal, he may be able to have the charges reduced. A criminal defense attorney may be able to negotiate a plea bargain to reduce your sentence or even keep you out of jail.

A Michigan Criminal Defense Attorney can Explain How a Jail Sentence may not be Necessary in Your Case

Do you know whether a jail sentence is mandatory upon conviction for the crime you’ve been charged with? Do you know when home detention may be a substitute for time in jail? Do you know when the court may require you attend drug and alcohol or violence classes or require to you perform public service?

A Michigan criminal defense attorney can help understand which crimes would carry a mandatory jail sentence upon conviction and whether your charge can be reduced to a lesser crime with more flexible sentencing options.

Your Michigan attorney may explain whether the court will require classes and public service and how much you can expect to pay in fines and costs.

The consequences of a second conviction can be drastic. A second or third conviction for the same or similar crimes can qualify you as a repeat offender. If the court finds you to be a repeat offender, you may face a mandatory sentence. Even repeat convictions for traffic offenses may cause you to lose your driving privileges.

In addition, many states impose added penalties for multiple felony conviction, even when those crimes are unrelated. A Michigan criminal defense attorney may explain whether you face the possibility of being sentenced as a repeat offender.

Do You Understand the Hidden Consequences of a Criminal Conviction?

A Michigan criminal defense attorney can explain how a criminal record may have hidden consequences beyond penalties the court may impose. A criminal history may affect your ability to drive or find employment. Do you understand how your employment potential can be altered depending on your criminal history and the type of job you seek? To protect your future, you may want to seek advice from a Michigan attorney prior to acting in your case.

Get Advice Today

The Michigan criminal justice system can be overwhelming, even when your case seems simple. You may not be aware of filing deadlines, procedural requirements, and discovery opportunities. Have your case evaluated by an attorney today: Just call us toll free at 877-445-1059 or fill in the free online case evaluation form to schedule a consultation.


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