Criminal charges can lead to serious consequences. Aggressively defend your rights alongside an experienced attorney.
Federal charges can generate uncertainty, but with an attorney, you can understand the risks you face.
Pursue a feasible outcome following tax fraud or other serious tax crime charges.
If you’ve been accused of organized crime, contact a talented lawyer as soon as possible.
Defend your rights and tell your side of the story after a domestic violence charge.
Sex offense charges are highly stigmatized and require immediate assistance to protect your rights.
Rape charges often lead to serious penalties, so don’t wait to build a defense.
It’s possible to protect yourself from the consequences of being added to the sex offender registry.
Learn about your legal options following home invasion charges with the help of an attorney.
No matter what weapons charges you’re facing, you have the right to explore legal options.
Both state and federal drug charges require immediate response to minimize the consequences.
An OWI can result in license suspension, so don’t wait to explore your options with an attorney.
Firearms are often used in the commission of crimes, but owning and using a gun is not necessarily a violation of the law. Firearms are tools — for both hunting and self-defense — but because they can be used to cause great harm, they do receive special attention from regulators and law enforcement officers. As a result, many law-abiding gun owners may face criminal charges for honest mistakes and victimless violations that nonetheless result in firearm charges.
The Law Offices of Bradley J. Friedman is committed to helping gun owners comply with the law, and to minimize the impact of state or federal gun charges on your life.
As experienced Michigan attorneys, we represent clients facing many kinds of misdemeanor and felony gun charges at the state and federal level, including:
The Law Offices of Bradley J. Friedman have helped many gun owners protect their Second Amendment right to own and use a firearm. If you’ve been charged with a legal violation related to a firearm, call us at 248-932-0100 to learn about your legal options; you can also reach us by email.