Michigan Felony Defense Attorney
Felony charges are scary and require an experienced Defense Attorney to advocate on your behalf. A Felony is the most serious classification of criminal offenses in the State of Michigan. With a felony conviction, a defendant can be sentenced to a term of imprisonment. The loss of freedom and harm to one’s reputation are potential consequences of being convicted. Therefore, a Defendant should not confront a felony charge without a competent and dedicated attorney. Our attorneys provide the experience necessary for a defendant to move successfully past the Court System and continue on with their lives.
The potential for a felony charge is initiated by Police or Law Enforcement investigating a possible offense. At that point, the police will submit evidence to the prosecuting attorney who will authorize charges. Lastly, a warrant is issued by a Judge for the arrest of a defendant and a Felony case has begun.
Standard Hearings for a Felony Case.
- Arraignment on Complaint (District Court)
- Probable Cause Conference (District Court)
- Preliminary Examination (District Court)
- Arraignment on Information (Circuit Court)
- Pre-Trial (Circuit Court)
- Trial (Circuit Court)
- Sentencing Hearing
Being charged with a Felony does not equate to the offense remaining on your record. If you are being investigated or are charged with a felony, it is pivotal that you contact an attorney. By retaining an experienced Defense Attorney as soon as possible, you enable your Attorney to determine and implement a strategy to achieve a favorable result. We understand that hiring an Attorney is not an easy decision; however, DeMatteis and Ricciardello, PLLC is comprised of knowledgeable Attorneys who will assist you or your loved one with any criminal offense.If you have been charged with a Felony call DeMatteis and Ricciardello, PLLC. We offer free phone or in person consultations. Call today for your free consultation.