We are a full-service law firm with decades of experience successfully handling a large variety of litigation cases, from felony criminal defense, ICE deportation defenses to personal injury/wrongful death cases, amongst a host of others. When you need aggressive but thoughtful representation, contact a lawyer at our firm. We will provide the strategic advocacy you need to get results.
- Lenawee County resident, saved from prison and deportation
- Teens get probation in theft of dozens of Ann Arbor high school laptops
- Kevin Jaime Luna Exonerated of Felony Charges
- Margolis Law successfully vacates conviction in Monroe County, Agrees to Plea to Non Deportable Offense, Preserving Client’s Eligibility for Deferred Action Program
- Margolis Law Successfully Overturns and Vacates Conviction for Mexican National, After Withdrawing Plea and Winning Jury Trial in Macomb County.
- $1.25 Million settlement reached in wrongful death lawsuit
- 10 Million Dollar Default Judgment Awarded Against Drunk Driver
- Family sought damages from fatal head injury
- Injured motorist sought damages for failure of airbag to deploy
- Family of Nursing Home Resident Receives Compensation for Injuries Patient Sustained in Fall.
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We are saddened by the sudden passing of our friend and colleague Timothy Cretsinger. A tireless advocate for our clients, he worked in all areas of law but was passionate about assisting our immigration cases and practiced from our offices in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The U.S. Supreme Court declared a clause in federal law, requiring the deportation of immigrants convicted of a “crime of violence,” unconstitutionally vague. Read More at NPR.org Read the full opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court here.
From the American Immigration Council: This Practice Advisory addresses when the voluntary departure period runs and the events that cause automatic termination of a voluntary departure order; the serious consequences that result from failing to depart; and when these consequences do not apply.