WE MAKE IT PERSONAL
We understand that this fight isn't just a case. It's your livelihood. It's your rights, your freedom, your future. With the Gracey Law Firm, we make it personal. We lean into your story so that we can craft a compelling defense personalized to you. We have represented clients facing felony and misdemeanor charges in both federal and state courts. The Gracey Law Firm has been winning Federal and State cases for more than three decades.
we don't just talk the talk...
Judith Gracey has spent over 30 years in criminal defense, from complex conspiracy charges to taking on death penalty eligible cases.
With experience from both sides of the court room (as a former prosecutor for the City of Flint and now defense attorney), she brings a valuable perspective. Judith has been nominated for 12 years in a row by Michigan Governors to the Appellate Defender Commission for her outstanding work in defense. She has also been recognized by the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and was awarded the Criminal Justice Act Recognition award.
We represent various aspects of criminal law:
Federal & State Courts
All Felony & Misdemeanor Charges
Drug Related and Drunk Driving DUI
Suspended Driver's License
Assault and Battery
YOUR WIN IS A PHONE CALL AWAY
HEAR WHAT OUR CRIMINAL DEFENSE CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
I have worked with the Gracey Law Firm on several occasions. I have always been favorably impressed. Judith Gracey is an excellent attorney and she is someone in whom I place my complete trust. The staff is always courteous and professional. My questions are answered thoroughly and my telephone calls are always promptly returned. I highly recommend the Gracey Law Firm for your legal needs.
-Jerome D., Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation Client
Ms. Gracey is a true professional that genuinely cares about her clients' welfare. I'm very grateful for her and her firm's kindness and competence during a very stressful time. Thank you all.
-Chandrika C., Client in a Criminal Defense Case
OUR TIME PROVEN SUCCESS STRATEGY
I've just been arrested....What happens now?
When you are arrested, you will be held in custody by the police or sheriff until your arraignment takes place, or a bond is set. If you do not receive a bond amount--which is the cash amount that allows you to be released from jail during the time of trial-- you will be taken by the police to the district court for your arraignment.
At your arraignment, the judge will explain to you exactly what you are being charged with. The judge will also explain to you ....
I've been stopped by the police....what do I do?
We all know that feeling of panic that sets in when you see those red and blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror. Regardless of whether you think you have done something wrong or not, your heart begins to race as you consider what the officer is going to ask you and how you should respond. Having a basic understanding of your rights and legal obligations when stopped by a police officer will place (at least some of) the control into your own hands.
The first three things a police officer will typically ask....