When you’ve been accused of a crime, the stakes are high. Your livelihood is at risk, which is something we take seriously at Kirsch Daskas. There can be many unknowns when navigating criminal charges, and our criminal defense attorneys are experts at guiding clients through the process.
We partner with our clients to develop a strong defense, presenting the best case possible to the judge or jury. We believe our clients are good people who find themselves in bad situations. We know these charges don’t define you, and we are committed to your ultimate success.
If you’ve been charged with drunk driving in Michigan, you can face a variety of consequences that can have a negative impact on your life: jail time, costly fines, suspension of your license, points on your driving record, probation and more.
There are countless questions that come up when dealing with a drunk driving situation. What are your rights once you’re pulled over? Should you take a field sobriety test? Will you face jail time? Will your license be revoked?
Whether this is your first offense, or one of several, our Michigan DUI defense attorneys have respected relationships with judges and prosecutors throughout the state, and we will work on your behalf to secure the best possible outcome based on your particular case. We will help you through each step of the process, making sure we prepare the best possible defense along the way.
Drug-related crimes have become one of the most widely prosecuted crimes in the state of Michigan, which have a wide range of possible consequences. A conviction for a drug crime in the state of Michigan can include prison or jail time, probation, community service, and heavy fines and court costs. On the federal level, the penalties for some drug crimes have mandatory minimums as high as 10 years of prison time. It is possible to avoid such harsh consequences if you contact a defense attorney with years of experience with drug crimes on both the state and federal level.
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Firearms & Weapons
Firearm and gun rights remains a hot-button issue to this very day. The state of Michigan has a serious stance on weapons charges, and if you’re charged with this crime, the consequences could be severe. Carrying a concealed weapon in Michigan without the proper permits is a felony, and it could result in up to five years prison time and fines.
Kirsch Leach + Associates attorneys are experienced in the laws surrounding constitutional rights to weapons and firearms.
The state of Michigan may classify theft, or larceny, as a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the amount or value of property or materials in question. No matter what the circumstance surrounding your charge, Kirsch Leach attorneys are here to ensure you are represented accurately and facts presented are valid and true.
Misdemeanor larceny (or theft) is stolen property that is valued at less than $200, while a felony theft is valued at $1,000 or more, but less than $20,000. Our attorneys also handle retail fraud cases, as well as cases involving individuals who have previous theft convictions.