If you had to use self-defense during a crime you should not be facing criminal charges. However, in some case investigators go after individuals who were victims charging him or her with a crime. Our attorneys at Grewal Law PLLC are ready to defend you and to protect your rights in a self-defense case.
Anyone who was involved in a violent crime where self-defense was used will need a lawyer who understands Michigan law. We know how to protect you in self-defense cases regarding assault, domestic violence or other violent crimes charges.
Contact us today for your free quote at (888) 211-5798.
Under Michigan law, self-defense is defined as the use of deadly force by an individual not engaged in commission of crime. The person who engages in the activity may use deadly force against another individual with no duty to retreat if one of the following circumstances apply:
- The person believes the use of deadly force must be used to prevent the imminent death or imminent bodily harm to him or herself or to another person.
- The person believes the use of deadly force must be used to prevent the imminent sexual assault of him or herself or to another person.
The use of any other force, other than deadly force, may be used to protect a person in the circumstances outlined above.
You are within your legal right to protect yourself or another individual in the conditions outlined above. As your Michigan defense attorney, we will provide you with the defense you need to protect yourself against a wrongful conviction.
Ready to Defend You
Anyone who is facing a charge in a crime where self-defense was used needs a self-defense lawyer who will fight for him or her. If you are facing one of these charges, the lawyers at our firm will take the time to hear your side of the story. Our self-defense attorneys will work to reach the most optimum outcome for you. We will thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your case. Our goal will be to tackle anything investigators may be trying to use against you.
Self-Defense Lawyers in Michigan
At Grewal Law PLLC, we know you need a customized defense to ensure you are not wrongfully convicted of a crime when you used self-defense. If you had to use force to protect yourself or another person you do not deserve to be criminally charged.
We will investigate your case to create a strategy to combat anything being brought against you by investigators. We recognize mistakes are made by law enforcement and prosecutors. As your legal counsel, we will examine your entire case to find anything that may have been overlooked or misinterpreted in your case.
Our firm has a proven track record in protecting the rights of our clients. If you need a lawyer to represent you in a self-defense case contact us right away.
We will provide you with a no obligation quote at (888) 211-5798.