At the Schwartz Criminal Defense Firm, we represent those in Metro-Detroit accused or facing charges of a crime but not all lawyers are created equal. If you or someone you care about has been accused of a crime, you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who won’t look for the easy way out but will fight for your rights and get the best possible outcome for your case. You will find that lawyer at the Schwartz Criminal Defense Firm.
Call us at (248) 266-8720 or send us an e-mail.
Our criminal defense law firm is committed to helping you through the steps from arrest to after your court dates. With almost 30 years of experience in Michigan’s criminal courts, our criminal attorneys can explain the criminal courts procedures and get you the best likely outcome in your case.
Our criminal defense work is geared toward achieving your goals. We do not pretend to know what you want before we talk with you in depth about the charges, the possible consequences, your circumstances and your desires for an outcome. We do not sugarcoat the truth if the charges are serious, but we also use all our skills and energy to fight for the best possible outcome in every criminal case.
Every client of the firm works directly with AV-rated* criminal defense lawyer Steven L. Schwartz. We have the knowledge to confidently defend clients against any misdemeanor or felony criminal charge. Additionally, we’ll proactively communicate with you and keep you in the loop when it comes to your case. We walk you through the best and worst-case scenarios as well as what happens from accusations and charges to being in front of a judge. We have your best interest at-heart.
Contact us today to learn more about the steps we will take to defend you against any felony or misdemeanor charge.
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