Violent crimes, by definition, typically involve serious physical injury to the person or property of another individual. Because of their nature, they are among the most vigorously prosecuted cases — requiring a defense strategy based on an aggressive and thorough approach. The experienced attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain have earned the respect needed in federal and state courts to handle these cases effectively.
Our firm can represent clients for a wide range of violent crimes, including:
- Assault and Battery
- Bank Robbery
- Car Jacking
- Domestic Abuse or Violence
- Firearm, Gun & Weapons Offenses
- Home Invasion
- Homicide, Murder, Manslaughter
- Sexual Assault
- Armed and Unarmed Robbery
- Ethnic Intimidation
If you or a loved one has been implicated in a violent offense, your most fundamental rights are at serious risk. Police investigations into such crimes are typically conducted quickly and often involve the gathering, by all possible means, of emotionally compelling evidence. This is particularly true in cases of homicide and sex offenses, referred to as criminal sexual conduct in Michigan. Moreover, in the case of sex and pornography offenses, false allegations are not uncommon, and certain types of convictions can result in mandatory registration as a sex offender, a punishment often more severe than the conviction itself.
With your future at stake, the criminal defense attorney you choose matters. The strategy employed can make all the difference in the ultimate outcome. Our criminal defense lawyers are recognized as among Michigan’s best — with an established and impressive record of success in criminal defense matters. The criminal defense attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain are former prosecutors and accomplished criminal defense lawyers, with the skill and experience needed to protect your rights and your future.
If you have been charged with or are under investigation for a violent crime, you need aggressive, effective and efficient representation dedicated to protecting your rights and interests at every stage of your case. The experienced attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain will effectively support you from the grand jury investigation through an appeal, if necessary.
For more information about how to defend against your violent crime charges, or to learn more about the experienced and trusted violent crime attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain, contact us here or call our office directly at 616.458.2212.