To be arrested or under investigation for a crime is a frightening experience. Depending on the nature of the crime with which you are charged, consequences of a conviction can be long-lasting, even lifelong.
No matter the circumstances, you need to be prepared to mount an aggressive defense to any Michigan criminal charges against you. By consulting with an attorney as soon as you have been arrested, charged with a crime, or identified as a suspect in an investigation, you can be sure that all protections available to you under the law will be fully implemented.
Some criminal charges are brought after a lengthy investigation; others, such as a drunk driving/DUI charge, may happen suddenly. One of the most important rights you have is your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. In order to ensure your defense attorney has the opportunity to structure the most effective defense possible, avoid discussing your situation with police, investigators, friends, or family.
As your defense counsel, Attorney Steven G. Storrs will handle all communications with law enforcement on your behalf. He will conduct a thorough analysis of all evidence and the police procedures used to procure that evidence. Attorney Steven Storrs will make a rigorous effort to resolve a case favorably without a trial, but he will prepare every case for trial if one is needed.
- Drug crimes, including possession, distribution, and manufacturing
- Expungement / Set Aside of Criminal Conviction
- Gun Rights Restoration
- Malicious destruction of property
- Criminal sexual conduct
- Firearm offenses
- Restoration of Gun Rights
- Juvenile crimes
- Probation violations
Contact Attorney Storrs at 269-945-2242 or click here to send a message.
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