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Being charged with a criminal offense can be extremely frightening, especially if you’re facing jail time and major fines for your alleged crimes. Our team at Grewal Law PLLC is ready to be the relentless line of defense that you need. As your criminal defense attorneys in Michigan, we know that you are innocent until proven guilty, no matter what charges you face – and we will fight for your Constitutional rights from the moment we take on your case.

At our criminal defense law firm, we make it our mission to help our clients feel at ease and ready to face the charges against them. With a century of combined legal experience among our team members, you can rest easy knowing that you have top representation on your side.

Our team can build a tailored defense against your charges. Contact us for a FREE consultation by calling (888) 211-5798.

Why Hire Us?

Grewal Law, PLLC
  • Proven track record of success
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  • Our team is accessible 24/7
  • Serving the Mid Michigan area for decades
  • Over 100 years of combined legal experience
Our Core Principle  To Provide Peace of Mind Through Dedicated and Compassionate Advocacy

Grewal Law is a family-owned and operated, nationally recognized law firm. We offer peace of mind to individuals and entitles facing legal challenges by providing trusted and dedicated legal counseling, advocacy, and resources. We treat people we encounter with empathy, dignity, and compassion. Our reputation for achieving outstanding results is a product of our unique and extensive experience serving our community and our relentless commitment to excellence. 

Why You Need a Defense Attorney

In criminal cases, prosecutors are required to show that you broke the law “beyond a reasonable doubt” – the highest burden of proof in our legal system. For many crimes, however, prosecutors will ask for the maximum possible penalty, knowing that Michigan juries tend to view these allegations with an unforgiving eye.

No matter if you’re accused of a misdemeanor or a felony, a state offense or a federal offense, you will likely need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney to avoid the most serious penalties. While most criminal cases are settled out of court, your attorney must be fully prepared to argue your case in trial, and at Grewal Law PLLC, our lawyers are up to the challenge.

Call Grewal Law PLLC for your free consultation at (888) 211-5798.

What To Do After an Arrest

After you’ve been arrested, the most important thing is to say nothing to police until you have spoken with an attorney (aside from basic information about your identity.) While we are all entitled to remain silent under the U.S. Constitution, many people are not aware of their rights, and may not realize that police and prosecutors will use their own words against them later.

Whether you've just been arrested, have posted bail, or are at any other point after being charged with a crime, we encourage you to contact our office immediately so that we can begin to build a defense for your case.

    Criminal Cases We Handle

    Drug-Related Charges

    Drug crime charges are very serious and you need an experienced Michigan criminal defense lawyer to help you. Our legal team is equipped to handle drug possession including ones related to Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Ecstasy, and Heroin; drug possession with intent to deliver; and prescription drug charges.

    These charges often come with serious penalties including the possibility of life imprisonment for some convictions. In addition, some offenses come with hefty fines that are burdensome to pay. The experienced criminal lawyers on our team will conduct a thorough investigation find weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case.

    Theft & Property Crimes

    Being charged with theft or property crimes can be life-changing. Anyone facing these crimes needs a skilled attorney. Convictions related to some of these crimes listed include life imprisonment. The experienced legal counsel at Grewal Law PLLC will conduct a thorough investigation to find the evidence needed to fight the prosecution.

    We handle cases related to the following:


    Individuals facing charges related to violent crimes can be severely punished in the state of Michigan.

    These crimes include the following:

    Our team at Grewal Law PLLC has years of experience successfully defending the charges listed above. We also have represented victims of crimes in self-defense cases and in cases where a personal protection order needs to be issued. Your future depends on the success of your case, so do not delay call our Michigan assault attorneys today.

    Juvenile Crimes

    A young person who is charged with a crime as a juvenile, defined as anyone under the age of 17, needs an experienced criminal lawyer to his or her future. Conviction of a juvenile crime can have a dramatic impact on the rest of a young person's life. Sometimes law enforcement will try to have a juvenile tried as an adult. As your child’s criminal defense lawyers, we will aggressively fight to protect his or her future.

    The attorneys at Grewal Law PLLC will conduct a thorough investigation to find the evidence needed to use against the prosecutor. We will also outline for your family how the case will proceed through the juvenile justice system.

    Drunk Driving - DUI & OWI

    Being charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is overwhelming. Penalties if convicted include having a suspended license to paying heavy fines to jail time. A criminal defense lawyer from Grewal Law PLLC will hear your side of the story to help us build the best defense for your case. Michigan drunk driving laws impact a case differently based on the circumstances of the incident.

    Anyone over the age of 21 is not allowed to drive with the bodily alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or greater. The level drops to .02 or greater for anyone who is under the age of 21. A person can also be charged with impaired driving if under the influence of a prescribed medication, cocaine or other Schedule 1 controlled substances.

    Driver’s License Restoration

    If your Michigan driver’s license has been suspended or revoked, your daily life can be dramatically impacted. The attorneys at Grewal Law PLLC are ready to help you get back behind the wheel again through driver's license restoration. We will help you through every step of the process.

    Filing an appeal can take a long time in the state. Our criminal defense attorneys will build a defense for cases include licenses lost from a DWLS conviction (Driving While License Suspended), drunk driving or drug conviction. Do not waste any time call our Michigan criminal defense team now to get back on the road.

    White Collar Crimes

    Charges of white collar crimes are usually the result of a person being accused of doing something dishonest in exchange for financial gain. Often, charges are brought when someone who has been entrusted to handle something is accused of doing something deceitful. Even though white collar crimes are not violent, the public holds a negative opinion of anyone convicted of these crimes.

    At Grewal Law PLLC, we have experience handling the following white collar charges:

    If you are being investigated for any of these crimes, contact us right away. Do not submit to questioning by law enforcement without having legal representation by your side.


    Criminal charges can turn your world upside down if you are convicted of some of the crimes outlined on this page. Our criminal defense attorneys at Grewal Law PLLC have over a decade of experience in providing legal defense.