Arrested in Macomb County?
Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer?
Michael opened his first Macomb County office in Warren in May 1991. He has been located in the county seat of Mt Clemens since 1997. Michael tries and average of 5-10 cases a year in the Macomb County Circuit Court. Most of them capital (life maximum) cases Further, the majority of Michael’s parental neglect and juvenile cases are tried in the family law division of the Circuit Court. Michael has tried every level of criminal defense cases in these courts. In addition, he handles cases in every district court in the county. After 20 plus years in the county, Michael is a well known advocate in the Macomb County court system.
If you or someone you know has been involved in a serious crime or misdemeanor in Macomb County, Michigan, time is of the essence. You need an expert who will protect your rights. Contact the law offices of Michael L.Steinberg, Macomb County Criminal Defense Attorney, for a free consultation and begin building a strong defense.
319 N. Gratiot, Mount Clemens, MI 48043
Phone: (586) 783-1010
If you need Immediate Help...
Being charged with an offense is a frightening situation, and if you face the possibility of going to jail in Macomb County, Mount Clemens, Michigan, time is of the essence. You need to find help fast. Often, many mistakes that can negatively impact a defense are made before, during, and after arrest. The optimum time to speak with an expert is minutes after a situation occurs or the day you are contacted by law enforcement.
Michael answers his phone 24 hours a day. Contact him now for a free consultation.
If you or someone you know needs an expert Macomb County Criminal Defense Attorney who will know your rights under Michigan law and how to protect them, then you need to contact Michael L. Steinberg, Esq for a free consultation.
Expunge Your Record
Record expungement is a way of cleaning up your criminal record. Expunging a criminal or traffic record removes it from public inspection.
Similar to sealed records (see below), expunged records are inaccessible to the general public. The record doesn’t disappear entirely, but it’s difficult to view it without a court order.
To learn more about how the Michigan laws have changed in 2015 regarding expungement, contact Michael Steinberg today for a FREE consultation!