Do you Need a Criminal Law Attorney in Dearborn Michigan?
Dearborn Criminal Defense Attorney Mohamad Bazzi knows that in today’s criminal justice system, finding yourself on the wrong side of the law can occur very easily. Whether it be a case of mistaken identity, police misconduct, defending yourself during a fight or assault, or simply being at the wrong place at the wrong time, you can be charged with a crime and left holding the bag in an attempt to defend yourself against the truth.
If you or a family member have been accused of a crime, arrested, or face criminal prosecution, the best way to protect yourself and defend your rights is to be proactive. You have rights! We recommend that you do not talk to the Police and contact Bazzi Law TODAY!
The first step following an arrest or criminal warrant is to contact our office, before criminal charges are filed by the prosecutor or directly following your arraignment, and before answering any questions from law enforcement or any investigators. If facing criminal charges, do not procrastinate and do nothing at all. Time is of the essence in criminal cases. The sooner you take proactive steps to retain Bazzi Law, the sooner Attorney Mohamad Bazzi can begin to build your defense and discuss your legal options. Once you call our office, we will immediately get to work on your behalf. We work relentlessly to guard your reputation, restore your life, and protect your freedom. Having the experience of Dearborn Criminal Defense Attorney Mohamad Bazzi and the Law Office of Bazzi Law on your side can mean the difference between going to jail or being found NOT GUILTY and WALKING FREE!!
Bazzi Law Has The Experience You Will Need!!
No matter if you have been arrested or charged with a crime in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Washtenaw County, Monroe County, or anywhere in the Metro-Detroit area, call Bazzi Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
- Misdemeanor or felony offense
- Gun or weapon charges
- Domestic violence
- Federal Criminal Charges
- Drug possession or sales
- Assault or battery
- Traffic tickets
- License restoration
- Probation or parole violations
- Bond hearings
- Criminal expungements
- Retail fraud
- Violent crimes
- Juvenile crimes