Our Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers Are Protecting Grandville, Michigan from prosecutors, judges and police officers who want to hammer you with big fines and prison time!

The  Grandville defense attorneys and lawyers of The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan are here to aggressively defend your rights!  We understand that good people make mistakes! Our Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers also understand that good people sometimes get falsely accused of a crime they didn’t commit.  Our Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers won’t judge you! Our Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers will guide you through the system and be with you every step of the way!

The district court judge in Grandville, Michigan is tough, but fair. Do not face this judge without a lawyer from The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan by your side.  Our Grandville Defense Attorneys know how to handle the judge in Grandville in a way to get you the best results possible.

Don’t wait, call The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan today at 616-438-6719 if you are being charged with a crime in Grandville, Michigan.

Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers.

Our attorneys offer aggressive criminal defense to individuals charged with crimes in Grandville, and all of West Michigan.  Our Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers work diligently to protect your rights and to ensure that the best results are achieved in every case.

Grandville, Michigan DUI, Drunk Driving Attorneys

Michigan law defines standard drunk driving as operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level of more than 0.08.  Drunk driving charges and related impaired driving offenses can have a serious impact on your life. That’s why it’s so important to understand the law, your rights and your legal options when facing drunk driving charges. Read more about Grandville,  DUI and drunk driving defense here.

Call us today at 616-438-6719 and our Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers will protect you against aggressive prosecutors and hostile police officers who want you to go to jail and pay high fines.

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 Grandville Defense Attorneys and Lawyers

The most common criminal charges issued in Grandville, Michigan are domestic violence, retail fraud, driving on a suspended license, possession of marijuana, use of marijuana, assault and battery, Operating While Intoxicated (OWI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and finally child abuse in the fourth degree.

The first court appearance anyone has when they are facing a criminal charge is the arraignment process.  At the arraignment, the judge will explain to the defendant what they are being charged with. This explanation includes the maximum possible jail time the defendant may receive and how high the fines could be.  Next, the judge will go over the advice of rights form. The advice of rights form explains the rights a defendant has regarding their criminal case.  Finally, the defendant will enter a guilty or not guilty plea.

If the defendant enters a guilty plea, the judge will likely sentence the person on the spot.  There are some exceptions.  If the crime is domestic violence or drunk driving, the defendant will have a pre-sentence investigation report done and come back for sentencing on another date.

If the defendant pleads not guilty, there will be two pre-trial conferences.  This is a chance for the defendant’s attorney and the prosecutor to discuss the charges and see if they can come up with a deal to settle the case short of trial.  If no agreement is reached, the case will be set for trial.

After trial, the judge will sentence the defendant if the jury comes back with a guilty verdict.  The judge will have the defendant go through the pre-sentence investigation and come back later for sentencing on drunk driving and domestic violence jury convictions.  Sentencing is where the Judge decides if the defendant is going to get probation and fines or receive jail, probation and fines.

Our Criminal Defense Lawyers in West Michigan Proudly Serve: Kent County, Ottawa County, Allegan County, Ionia County, Barry County, Berrien County, Mason County, Manistee County, Mecosta County, Oceana County, Muskegon County, Montcalm County, Newaygo County, Kalamazoo County, Lake County, Van Buren County, and the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Our Grand Rapids Criminal Lawyers Also Proudly Serve The West Michigan Cities Of: Grand Rapids, Holland, Allendale, Wyoming, Kentwood, Grandville, Walker, Hudsonville, Grand Haven, Coopersville, Spring Lake, Ionia, Zeeland, Hastings, Stanton, White Cloud, Newaygo and Allegan.