Michigan criminal defense attorney
Category: Criminal Law

Post-Conviction Appeal After a Plea Deal

Is a post-conviction appeal possible? Can a defendant challenge a conviction after they have received a guilty verdict?

Juvenile Defense Attorney: How to Navigate the Juvenile Justice System

If you are the guardian, parent or loved-one of a teenager who has been arrested and charged with a crime, it can be a scary and overwhelming experience. Juvenile arrests are an overwhelming experience especially for those who have no

Top 10 Michigan Criminal Attorney Articles From 2018

It is our pleasure at The David J. Kramer Law Firm, PLLC to serve you. Whether you are someone we represent through the law practice or one of our valuable readers, we hope to give you useful and accurate information

Pros and Cons of Accepting a Plea Bargain

Are you or is a loved one facing criminal charges? Have you received a plea deal from the prosecutor which you feel pressured to accept? If so, you are experiencing what 90% of people who face criminal charges experience. Only

Top 4 Benefits of Hiring an Experienced Criminal Attorney Immediately

There are many reasons someone who is charged with a criminal offense may choose not to hire a criminal attorney. If you are currently being accused of a crime, or you are afraid you may be charged, you are probably

How Your Sexual History Could Impact Your Charges

Is it possible that your sexual history can influence your charges in a court of law?

American Prison Conditions – The Harsh Reality

We may not think about American prison conditions until a loved one is facing criminal charges. The harsh reality behind prison walls is enough to cause nightmares.

Brady Violation: What You Need to Know

Are all prosecutors bad people, bent on putting people behind bars, regardless of whether they did the crimes for which they are accused? Of course not. The best thing prosecuting attorneys do is advocate for the rights of victims and

Racial Discrimination in Jury Selection: The Ugly Truth

Does racial discrimination during jury selection still plague the criminal justice system? As an example, let’s take a closer look at the case involving Curtis Flowers. He is currently on death row in Mississippi and has been subjected to 6

Double Jeopardy in the United States: The Startling Reality

Have you heard of the term, double jeopardy? Let’s take a look at an example of double jeopardy that didn’t apply to a case. Curtis Flowers is sitting on death row in Mississippi. He has been tried, 6 times, for