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STATE AND FEDERAL CRIMINAL CHARGES

Federal criminal cases are typically investigated by federal agencies, such as the FBI, DEA, Customs, and Treasury. State and local agencies may file charges in federal court when a case involves large quantities of money, weapons, drugs or other contraband. There are significant differences between the federal criminal justice system and the state system. The federal government has more resources to prosecute cases, including special units to prosecute drug, fraud and violent crimes. State and local governments have special units and prosecutors, however, they rarely have the resources to thoroughly complete complicated investigations. Success in federal criminal proceedings requires a lawyer who has both extensive knowledge and experience of the federal rules of evidence, federal rules of criminal procedure, trial procedure, federal sentencing guidelines and Supreme Court rulings affecting criminal matters. As an experienced trial lawyer, Paul Stablein has honed his skills in the federal court system and is prepared to fight on your behalf to protect your legal rights.

SEXUAL ASSAULT

If you are accused or charged with a sex offense - criminal sexual conduct or possession of child pornography - the stakes are high. An individual is protected by the law which states every person is innocent until proven guilty, yet a too common perception assumes that
if someone is accused they must have done wrong. A conviction may result in fines, jail time, and the risk of becoming a registered sex offender - for a minmum of 15 years. 
No matter the charge you are faced with, as your attorney I am dedicated to standing by your side to guide you through each step of the legal process while protecting your legal rights.

WHITE COLLAR CRIME

If you are under investigation or are charged with a white collar crime it is usually in your best interest to secure legal counsel early in the process. Early intervention is important as federal and state authorities spend a considerable amount of time investigating most white collar offenses before charges are filed. Often, the individual under investigtion is aware of the on-going and pending investigation. White collar crimes may include embezzlement, wire fraud, mortgage fraud, identity theft, tax fraud, conspiracy and other crimes.

NARCOTICS OFFENSES

An arrest for drug possession, drug manufacturing or distributing in federal or state court is a serious matter. Whether the case involves prescription drugs, marijuana, heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine, ecstacy, meth, or other form of narcotics, as a former head of the Oakland County Narcotics Unit, I know how the opposition is likely to argue their case against you. This invaluable insight will help protect you and
your rights and minimize the affect on your personal record and reduce the negative impact on your future pursuits.

VIOLENT CRIMES / DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Accusations or an arrest for a charge of assault and battery, assault with a deadly weapon, weapons charges, domestic violence, homicide, murder or manslaughter can have long-standing negative consequences. You will need a knowledgable, experienced advocate to fight for you and your legal rights. Paul Stablein has worked closely with clients to guide them through the complex process and secure the best possible outcome based on the facts of your case, the law and the circumstances.

OPERATING WHILE INTOXICATED – OWI

An arrest for drinking and driving may have complicated penalties, if convicted you may face large fines, a suspension or loss of your driving privileges, an increase in your insurance rates, forfeiture of your vehicle and jail time. My goal as your attorney will be to provide damage control to minimize the impact of the consequences on you and your record. You deserve an attorney who will take immediate action to fight
on your behalf and protect your rights.

APPEALS

In criminal cases, an individual who believes they were treated unfairly in the trial court has the right to appeal their case to the appropriate appellate court. Appeals require the preparation of briefs which set forth the legal issues and the subsequent arguments before the appellate court.

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U.S. Federal Court - Detroit

Monroe County Circuit Court

Newaygo County Circuit Court

Newaygo County Circuit Court

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CONSULTATIONS ARE FREE

  248 705 8441  

   PAUL STABLEIN    380 NORTH OLD WOODWARD AVENUE - SUITE 320    BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009    PAULSTABLEIN@STABLEINLAW.COM 

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