Law Office of John Freeman
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Firm Overview

Detroit, Michigan, Criminal Defense Attorney

Tough, Strategic, Aggressive, Dependable

The Law Office of John Freeman strategically and aggressively represents clients in federal and state court.

Our firm has extensive experience in all types of felony and misdemeanor cases, including drug crimes, weapons crimes, violent crimes, white collar crimes, corruption charges, computer crimes, sex crimes, immigration and international crimes, DUI/OWI/OUIL charges, domestic violence, and other matters. We are experienced, strategic, aggressive and determined to protect the rights and freedom of our clients.

Experience Counts When Your Liberty Is At Risk

Before becoming a criminal defense attorney, John Freeman spent seven years as a federal prosecutor in Detroit and has handled all aspects of the investigation, prosecution, trial, sentencing and appeal of federal crimes. Previously, Mr. Freeman served for seven years as a local prosecutor in the New York County District Attorney’s Office in Manhattan.

During his tenure with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan, Mr. Freeman has appeared before nearly all of the United States District Court judges currently sitting in Detroit, Ann Arbor and Port Huron. He has also practiced before every U.S. Magistrate judge in Detroit. Mr. Freeman has conducted jury trials, argued before the 6th Circuit United States Court of Appeals, regularly appeared before the Grand Jury, and worked extensively with a vast array of federal, state, local and Canadian law enforcement and intelligence agencies. During the three years immediately following the September 11, 2001, attacks, Mr. Freeman served as the Immigration and Border Coordinator for the Eastern District of Michigan’s Anti-Terrorism Task Force.

He also handled a variety of federal criminal matters including murder, weapons and narcotics trafficking, immigration and international crime, official corruption, and white collar fraud.

As a local prosecutor in New York City, Mr. Freeman handled a wide range of criminal cases, including murder, narcotics, sexual assault, robbery, burglary, auto theft, domestic violence, weapons, welfare fraud, drunk driving, gang crime, and other violent and white collar crimes.

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Ready To Fight For You

John Freeman now uses his experience to defend people accused of federal and state crimes.

With his exceptional investigative, interviewing, negotiating, writing, and trial skills, he will fight for your rights and your freedom.

Contact A Criminal Defense Lawyer

For a free initial consultation with the Law Office of John Freeman, call 248-250-9950 toll free or send us an email.

In an emergency, call 313-330-2653 at any time of day or night.

With offices in Troy, Michigan, we represent clients in all federal and state courts throughout the Detroit area and Southeast Michigan.

What Our Clients Say

“I would recommend Mr. Freeman's legal services to anyone! He is the perfect combination you want for your attorney, aggressive (when need be), timely, will listen to his client, and very persistent!" - Anonymous 2/11

“I would like to pass along some good news, I found out today that I will keep my job... There's no doubt in my mind your hard work helped make that possible. Thanks for all you do and continue to fight the good fight." - N.E. 6/19/18

“I went in for sentencing, and was given 2 years probation with no jail time. Mr. Freeman saved my life, and kept me a free man. I strongly suggest you call him, it will be the most important phone call you can make..." - Anonymous 2/11

“Mr. Freeman sets a bar that all other lawyers should aspire to. He is an expert in the field of law and his execution of client care exemplifies that. - Chris C. 9/10

“One of the things I appreciated the most about Mr. Freeman’s services is that he was honest telling what could and could not happen. He did an A1 job." - F.T. 9/6/17