East Lansing’s Most Dependable State Criminal Defense Lawyers
We Protect Our Clients Rights Every Step Of The Way
No matter the charge, the consequences of being convicted can have a negative impact on your life, which is why you’ll need an experienced lawyer standing by your side. Whether you’re facing felony or misdemeanors charges, let the lawyers at Bailey & Terranova represent you. Our team, trustworthy lawyers are passionate about protecting our client’s rights throughout the entire legal process. At Bailey & Terranova, we can help you with the following crimes:
The unlawful act of inflicting physical harm or attempting unwanted physical contact on a person. In some situations, assault can also include threats and/or threatening behavior.
Breaking and Entering
A person who illegally forces their way into a building without permission and has the intent to commit a crime. In some cases, breaking and entering will be treated as a violent crime if no one else was present at the time.
Carrying a Concealed Weapon
The practice of carrying a weapon, for example, a handgun, in a hidden manner on a person.
Violent, aggressive, and abusive behavior against another person who lives in the same home. Typically the person is a family member, spouse or intimate partner.
Illegally taking funds or assets that belong to a business or organization by a person who is in a position of trust and responsibility.
A crime in which a person is subjected to unwanted and offensive sexual touching. Sexual assault can range from inappropriate sexual touching to rape to nonsensical sexual contact.
An individual who falsifies something, such as artwork, documents or signatures, with the intent to deceive others.
Someone who forcefully and illegally enters an occupied residence with the intent to commit a crime. Typically, the consequences of a home invasion are more severe than burglary of a vacant home.
The unlawful act of a person driving with a substantial amount of alcohol in their blood. This may result in a person having their license revoked or suspended.
When a person intentionally practices deception with the intention to gain either financially or personally.
A criminal act that is less severe than a felony– these crimes can include petty theft, disturbing the peace, traffic violations and more. These crimes typically have fines or short jail time has consequences.
The unlawful act of someone taking personal property or assets that belong to someone else. Also, the individual who took the property either has no intention of returning it, or the quality and condition of the property diminishes from the use of it.