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Michigan Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer-Super Lawyers 2014

undefinedMichigan Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer Brian J. Prain Selected for Super Lawyers Magazine in 2014...for the Second Year in a Row!

Are you facing Michigan Domestic Violence charges? Are you seeking the best Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer? There are some lawyers who handle all types of criminal cases. But as a Michigan Domestic Violence defenselawyer, Brian J. Prain concentrates specifically on defending Michigan Domestic Violence charges. This year, for the second year in a row, Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer Brian J. Prain was honored to be selected for Super Lawyers Magazine. Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer Brian J. Prain will be featured in the September issues of both Super Lawyers Magazine and Business Magazine.

Often criminal defense lawyers attempt to run their law practices by making huge claims when they're asking for your money, and then talk you into a less-than-satisfactory "deal," leaving you feeling alone, afraid, and even betrayed. As a Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer, Brian J. Prain believes in pursuing his clients cases all the way to Trial, when the right circumstances are present. This commitment to Trial practice and 100+ hours of painstaking preparation for every Domestic Violence Trial have helped earn Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer Brian J. Prain a spot on the list of Super Lawyers for both 2013 and 2014. In 2013, Brian was also 1 of only 55 trial lawyers nationwide selected to attend famed attorney Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College 3-week program in Wyoming.

A Michigan Domestic Violence charge is unlike any other type of criminal case. A Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer can help you through all of the challenges that are specific to Michigan Domestic Violence defense. Should you take your case to Trial? Should you call character witnesses? Should you take the witness stand and testify in your own defense? Should you take a plea - and what would the likely sentence be? Michigan Domestic Violence defense lawyer Brian J. Prain of Prain Law, PLLC is standing-by to answer all of those important questions and more. Call Prain Law, PLLC anytime at (248) 731-4543, or if you prefer confidential e-mail communication, use the Contact Form

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Prain Law, PLLC is focused only on the types charges featured on our website. This helps us deliver the decisive, effective advocacy for which our clients know us. We only serve individuals currently under investigation or who have a current case pending in court. Our firm does not represent injury victims, defendants who have already taken a plea or have been sentenced, or those seeking to expunge a criminal record. We do not respond to anyone who is not involved in a pending investigation or who has a court case for a type of charge we do not handle, but we wish you the very best of luck.