Criminal Defense

Grand Rapids Criminal Law Attorneys

West Michigan Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers

The criminal defense trial lawyers at Twohey Maggini, PLC, handle a broad range of criminal cases in both federal and state courts. Our aggressive, client-focused criminal defense practice has gained many favorable verdicts in the past. Today, we are ready and able to assist those charged with all types of criminal offenses, from drug crimes and DUI, to white collar crimes and crimes of violence.

To set up a free consultation regarding your legal matter, contact us online or call our law office at (616) 459-6168. We offer free half-hour consultations.

Our Criminal Defense Services

At Twohey Maggini, PLC, we also represent defendants accused of the following crimes:

  1. Drug Crimes
  2. Drunk Driving
  3. Domestic Violence
  4. Sex Offenses
  5. Internet Solicitation
  6. Child Pornography
  7. White collar crimes (including fraud and embezzlement)
  8. Crimes of violence (including assault, battery and domestic abuse)
  9. Murder

The penalties for any criminal offense are severe — ranging from large fines and loss of license, to probation and mandatory prison time. If you are facing criminal charges, it is critical to contact a well-qualified criminal defense attorney immediately.

Michigan State and Federal Crimes Lawyers — How We Can Help You

We counsel, advise, negotiate, plea bargain and go to trial when we need to, in all state and federal criminal cases, misdemeanors and felonies. We know Michigan law, and we know west Michigan court practice and procedures, so we put to use that knowledge in every way we can to best represent our clients’ interests and keep them out of jail and put their lives back on track.

Pyramid Schemes/Ponzi Scheme Representation

Over our years of practice we have noticed that a particular form of activity may crop up in bad economic times. Desperate to keep up with their bills, some individuals will try to make a pyramid scheme (sometimes called Ponzi schemes) work for them.

Pyramid schemes work something like a chain letter. Later-investors’ money is used to pay off early investors until the entire scam comes falling down like a house of cards when the pyramid gets unwieldy and there is no longer any enough money to “rob Peter to pay Paul.” We help defendants who are charged with operating Ponzi-like schemes under both state and federal statutes. If you have found yourself in trouble with the law because of involvement with a pyramid scheme, our team can help.

To set up a free consultation regarding your legal matter, contact us online or call our law office at (616) 459-6168. We offer free half-hour consultations.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.