Criminal Defense Law Center
West Michigan

Comstock Park Criminal Defense Attorneys

Criminal Defense Attorneys
Comstock Park, Michigan

Our attorneys in Comstock Park are ready to aggressively defend your rights! Right now, it doesn’t matter whether or not you did it, what matters is what you do next. We also understand that good people sometimes get falsely accused of a crime they didn’t commit.

If you are facing misdemeanor or felony charge in Comstock Park, you will first have to appear at the 63rd district court in Kent County, Michigan. The first court date you will have is called an arraignment. At the arraignment, you will enter a plea of guilty or not guilty. Attorney Shawn James Haff and The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan always encourage people to enter a not guilty plea at their first date. This will give you the time needed to hire a great attorney and make sure your rights are protected. You are only hurting yourself a lot of the time by just showing up and pleading guilty to be done with the case. 

Benefit of a Comstock Park Criminal Defense Attorney

The prosecutors are a high trained team of professionals who are obsessed with getting convictions.  If you don’t have a skilled profession on your side, you will be at a severe disadvantage! You should not face these kinds of professionals alone with your liberty and career could be on the line!

An experienced criminal defense attorney in Comstock Park,  Shawn has the experience defending clients against all types of criminal charges. I understand that many times you were simply at the wrong place at the wrong time and I will use that to your advantage!

Criminal Charges in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Michigan’s Penal Code can be found at Chapter 750, Mich. Comp. Laws.  Attorney Shawn James Haff and his Comstock Park criminal defense attorneys can help build a defense against a variety of criminal charges, including, but not limited to:

  • White collar crimes
  • Theft
  • Assault
  • Sex crimes
  • DUI
  • Drug crimes
  • Homicide
  • Probation violations

Criminal offenses in Michigan are broken down into felony and misdemeanor charges. A charge where a person is only facing jail time of less than one is considered a misdemeanor offense. If you are facing a crime that calls for a punishment of over one year of incarceration, you are facing a felony charge. 

Amazing Case Results


Shawn was able to get misdemeanor drug charges completely dropped for his client! Needless to say she was thrilled with the result and will use us again if she gets into legal trouble again!

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  • 2675 44th Street SW
    Suite 303
    Wyoming, MI 49519
  • 616-438-6719
Criminal Defense Law Center West Michigan

Attorney Shawn Haff
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