Criminal Defense Law

We believe that good people can make a mistake or a bad decision. When charged with a crime, you need an experienced, knowledgeable and professional attorney to help you navigate through the criminal justice system. Choosing an attorney may be one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. Since 2000, Jason Kucmierz has the combined experience of being a Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael Batchik, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for various cities and being a Private Practitioner/Defense Attorney. His background provides the unique ability to assess a case from all three perspectives.

Most importantly, Jason has been successfully defending clients since 2004. We don't offer inflated statistics or promises to get you off on a technicality. We do promise to represent you zealously and professionally to help you get the best resolution possible. Let Jason's years of experience work for you if you are facing any one of the following types of charges:

      • All Felonies
      • Operating While Intoxicated, (OWI, DUI)
      • Driving While License Suspended / Revoked (DWLS)
      • Possession of Marijuana
      • Domestic Violence
      • Assault and Battery
      • Retail Fraud / Shoplifting
      • Minor in Possession (MIP)
      • Reckless Driving
      • Drivers License Restoration
      • All other Misdemeanors
      • Juvenile Crimes
      • Probation Violations
      • Expungements

Knowing a Prosecutor's concerns and obligations for representing the people of the community, protecting the rights for victims, weighing the costs of a trial versus a reasonable plea bargain and especially how to compare strong versus weak evidence in a case is vital to creating a successful defense and outcome.

Knowing a Judge's perspective and concerns for the public's safety, preventing repeat offenders, distinguishing a person with an addiction problem verses a onetime isolated incident, and weighing and determining the amount of rehabilitation and/or punishment is key to influencing the Judge's decision at sentencing.

Call Jason Kucmierz at any time at 248-719-1474.