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We Defend You In Court
“It is better to risk saving a guilty man than to condemn an innocent one.”
Facing criminal charges can be a frightening experience. You not only have to think about the legal penalties and repercussions, but there is also the question of your reputation. What will people think of you? Will your good name be tarnished forever?
At Gentry Nalley, PLLC, we will always treat you with the dignity, respect and professionalism you deserve. Even after you have been accused of a crime, you still have rights and we will ensure that no one infringes on them. Our attorneys have decades of experience in Michigan courtrooms. We will work closely with you to plan your defense and craft a robust legal argument in your favor, no matter what the charges are.
Charges We Defend Against
Our attorneys are success in complex criminal litigation such as cases involving Capital murder, terrorism and criminal sexual conduct. We have successfully defended clients against many kinds of charges such as:
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Theft and other property crimes
- Drug charges such as possession or distribution
- Violent crimes such as assault, domestic violence and others
Our attorneys have a keen understanding of the inner workings of criminal court. They will be able to assess the evidence against you, identify any gaps in the prosecution’s case and use these to your advantage.
Appealing Prior Decisions
If your first trial was not decided in your favor, you are not out of options. Depending on your circumstances, we may be able to appeal an unfavorable verdict once or even several times. Even if one judge and jury did not see your side of the case, you can still clear your name with a fresh hearing.
When planning the way forward, our attorneys will analyze the previous verdict and adjust their approach accordingly. Many of our clients have seen unfavorable decisions changed in their favor.
We Will Guard Your Future
“If we desire respect for the law, we must first make the law respectable.”
– Louis D. Brandeis