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Criminal Defense Attorney in Michigan

Facing criminal charges is a serious matter than can result in life-changing consequences. In addition to repercussions like probation, fines and a permanent record, you could also be faced with jail or prison time. Additionally, the damage done to your reputation, both personally and professionally, by criminal allegations can follow you and your family for the rest of your life. If you’ve been arrested or accused of a crime, having an experienced Michigan criminal defense attorney on your side is imperative to ensuring your case is investigated properly, your rights are upheld, and you are treated fairly.

Sabrina Cronin has criminal defense experience that is unmatched. As Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office she honed her trial skills in the courtroom every day, representing both juveniles and adults in criminal cases. She know how the system works, and will put that experience to work for you. In addition, the Cronin Law Firm has the unique advantage of having an in-house investigative division consisting of former Homeland Security, FBI, and local law enforcement officials. This unique pairing of attorneys and investigators is invaluable for clients and the successful outcome of their cases.

The Cronin Law Firm handles numerous areas of criminal defense, including:

If you have already been found guilty of a crime, you have the right to appeal both your conviction and your sentence, however you have a limited amount of time in which to do so. Learn more about appeals.

Remember, you are innocent until proven guilty. Let the experienced criminal defense attorneys of Cronin Law provide you with the strongest defense possible and help get your life back on track.

Contact the Cronin Law Firm today for your free initial consultation.

To read about a recent case, in which we were able to work with the Prosecuting Attorney to have a charge of domestic violence reduced to Disorderly Conduct with a diversionary sentence (6 months of non-reporting probation) visit our blog.

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