Driver's License Restoration
These days, a revoked driver’s license may make it difficult to get to work, visit friends and family, and more. You may have lost your license due to DUIs, unpaid tickets, reckless driving, and many other reasons. Whatever the case, Ed Anderson will do everything possible to minimize penalties and help you get your license back sooner.
The Constitution of the United States grants you the right to legal defense whenever you are charged with a crime, no matter what that crime may be. An attorney will make sure you are aware of all your rights and are treated fairly by the justice system. As an expert trial lawyer, Ed Anderson has built strong defense cases and obtained “Not Guilty” verdicts for countless clients. Put 35+ years of real courtroom experience on your side.
If you’re like many people, a DUI charge may be your first experience with the criminal justice system. You need a non-judgmental advocate who can explain what’s happening and guide you through the process as painlessly as possible. Whether this is your first DUI or you’ve been here before, Ed Anderson is the right attorney to get you back on track.
Marijuana statutes are changing across the U.S. In addition to medical use, Michigan legalized recreational use in 2018. However, there are still laws restricting how much an individual can possess, who can purchase and sell products, and where it can be consumed. It is still considered an illegal substance on the federal level. If you find yourself on the wrong side of the law in a marijuana case, you could face fines, community service, or jail time. Don’t face them alone! Get an experienced attorney on your side ASAP.
With something as serious as a drug charge, you need an attorney who is knowledgeable about both the legal system and the types and effects of drugs that can result in charges. Different drugs carry different penalties, from Schedule I (illegal non-medical drugs) and Schedule II (prescription drugs with a high potential for abuse) to Schedule V (the least restricted medical drugs). You need an attorney with the know-how to get you the best possible outcome.
Robbery / Theft / Fraud
Theft or fraud can result in a felony or misdemeanor charge, depending on the value of what was stolen. These charges can address physical theft such as robbery or shoplifting but also identity theft, forgery, and fraud. You may even be charged with a crime if you receive stolen items or information you didn’t know was stolen! If you’re facing fines or jail time, Ed Anderson will work toward a “Not Guilty” verdict in your case to the best of his ability.
The Second Amendment to the Constitution grants the right to keep and bear arms in the United States, but state and local laws vary in how they permit individuals to exercise those rights. Weapons violations are often prosecuted aggressively and punished severely, so you need an experienced attorney on your side. Ed Anderson has a long history of defending against weapons charges and wrongful accusations.