Michigan Felony Crime Attorney
Have you or a loved one been arrested for any type of serious criminal
offense in Michigan? Most serious crimes are classified as felonies, with
smaller crimes generally being tried as a misdemeanor. These typically
include those offenses which are punishable by imprisonment in a Michigan
state prison, as opposed to in a county jail. The penalties for a felony
may range from a minimum of 12 months in prison all the way to the death
penalty in some extreme cases. These crimes will come with a high cost
and in addition to jail time may result in costly fines, community service,
educational programs, the requirement to register as a sexual offender and more.
A conviction is damaging in more than one way and often those that are
found guilty can continue to deal with the repercussions even after they
have served their time. A
Michigan criminal defense lawyer at the Freedman Law Group can offer you the aggressive legal representation
you deserve if you are facing an investigation, arrest or charges for
a felony. With over 26 years of legal experience and a strong commitment
to our clients' cases, we have been able to secure positive case results
even in the most complex and serious of felony charges.
Types of Felony Crimes
The following are some of our areas of practice in regard to felony offenses:
Many criminal offenses are actually classified as "wobblers"
which means that they may be charged as a
misdemeanor or a felony depending on the particular circumstances of the offense,
the defendant's criminal record, etc. If you would like the greatest
opportunity of avoiding the harsh criminal penalties which may be imposed
upon a felony conviction in Michigan, it is important that you involve
a felony defense attorney as soon as possible.
Contact a Michigan criminal defense attorney from our office today!