Can the right attorney make a difference in your Michigan retail fraud case? Absolutely!
You've come to my website because you're considering hiring me for your Michigan Retail Fraud case and you want to know how I can help.
Retail fraud cases in Michigan can have four outcomes. Your case could be dismissed due to suppression of evidence or unavailability of a witness, you may enter into a negotiated plea agreement for a reduced charge with a sentencing agreement to keep you out of jail, you may go to trial and be found not guilty, or you may go to trial and be found guilty.
So, how do I get you the best outcome for your Michigan Retail Fraud case?
As a former New York City and Michigan prosecutor, I possess a deep understanding of both sides of the legal system, and I know what strategies yield results. My approach to criminal defense is unique because my clients take a proactive stance instead of passively hoping for a favorable outcome. This approach has proven successful in courts across Michigan, handling various criminal charges. While I don't disclose the specific details of my approach on my website, it's to ensure that other attorneys don't replicate it for their clients, thereby preserving my clients' distinct advantage.
Through my approach, I have achieved numerous benefits for my clients, including improved bond conditions, reduced or eliminated alcohol/drug testing, charge dismissals, avoidance of jail time, shorter probation terms, lower fines and costs, and other favorable outcomes. My clients derive great satisfaction from knowing that they can have a positive influence on their case both inside and outside the courtroom.
When you're charged with retail fraud in Michigan, the court, prosecutor, and police department view you as a criminal. Your case file lacks any personal information, face, history, or background other than the alleged crime. Therefore, most judges and prosecutors perceive you as a criminal deserving punishment. While I know that's not the case, we need to convince them of the same.
This is where my game plan takes effect, initiating a transformation of this negative cycle. In our plan, we generate positive currency to counteract the negative perceptions surrounding your case. Do good, honest people make mistakes? Absolutely. Does a judge or prosecutor currently believe you're a good person deserving a second chance? Not at this moment. Simply showing up in court won't grant you the benefit of the doubt. Even if your attorney speaks highly of you, those words may seem empty, as any good attorney would naturally do the same for their client. The court and prosecutor seek tangible action. And that's exactly what we do as a team. We develop a tailored game plan based on the specifics of your case and background, presenting you as the good and honest person you are—someone who made a mistake or exercised poor judgment.
By being proactive outside the courtroom, it positively impacts your position inside the courtroom. I provide the tools to accomplish your goals.
But what if I'm innocent and don't believe I should have to do anything?
Despite your constitutional right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, the court can impose bond conditions and potentially keep you in jail throughout your case. Simply being charged with a crime grants the court complete control over your life until the case concludes. My plan puts all clients in a stronger position during their case, offering the opportunity for favorable bond conditions because we are taking control of the situation on behalf of the judge. Doesn't it sound better and make you feel more at ease if we can inform a judge that you are voluntarily attending AA meetings and performing community service, rather than having the judge order it and reprimand you? Most clients gain a sense of self-assurance and improved outlook when they proactively address their case. It's the difference between studying for an exam, feeling confident, versus merely showing up and hoping for a favorable outcome.
When you reach out to me, I'll need to know the specific crime you're charged with, the location where it occurred, and some background information about yourself. It's important for me to understand your goals and whether this is your first encounter with the law.
To describe my approach, I like to use a basketball analogy. We call a timeout, regroup, and develop a well-thought-out game plan that leads to efficient and successful scoring on the offensive end. We don't passively play defense and hope to avoid losing. Instead, we leverage the strengths of your case and transform negatives into positives.
As you're reading this, you may be worried about the possibility of going to jail, acquiring a criminal record, losing your driver's license, jeopardizing employment or student loans, facing expulsion from school, or even potential deportation. Allow me to alleviate that burden by explaining my method for defending your case. I assure you that after speaking with me about your case and goals, you will feel a sense of relief. We will have a game plan in place, and you will actively participate in shaping the outcome of your case. While the average client often feels isolated and helpless when charged with a crime, my clients are engaged and take daily actions to improve their position and future.
My unique approach necessitates immediate action. The longer we delay, the less impact we can have on your case. Contact me today at 248-924-9458 or email me to take the first step.