St. Joseph Michigan Criminal Defense Attorneys
For over 45 years, the Peter J. Johnson Law Office, PLLC has been fighting prosecutors and helping clients across the greater Southwest Michigan area in criminal proceedings. We deliver honest, aggressive, and supremely competent defenses for a wide range of offenses, including:
Our attorneys also expertly handle a variety of other criminal offenses including but not limited to homicide, disorderly persons, manslaughter, kidnapping, embezzlement, destruction of property, resisting and obstructing, neglect and abuse, aiding and abetting, attempts, assaults, and arson. No matter the crime, we will listen to your side of the story and help you get the treatment you deserve.
The Peter J. Johnson Law Office is staffed by talented, experienced, and results-driven professionals who will fight for your rights and guarantee that you aren’t mistreated. A Michigan criminal attorney is your best shot at a fair trial ending in an outcome that’s best for you – not for the prosecution!
If you are thinking about hiring a criminal defense attorney, then Peter J. Johnson wants to hear from you. Contact us today at (269) 982-1100 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for your free consultation at our office, conveniently located across the street from the Berrien County Courthouse in Saint Joseph, Michigan.
The Peter J. Johnson Law Office also represents clients in all aspects of family law, including divorce, custody, and child support and with probate/estate administration matters. For more information about this segment of our practice, please visit www.pjjfamilyprobatelaw.com.
From Our Blog
Michigan’s House Judiciary Committee approved legislation that would set up a panel to recommend the legal limits of THC a person may have in the body while driving. Once the commission establishes the levels that impair a person’s ability to drive, a limit similar to the maximum blood alcohol level would go into state law. The House may choose to take action now that the bill has made it out of committee…
The Michigan Court of Appeals has established that preliminary breath test results are now admissible as state’s evidence in cases not limited to drunk driving offenses. A handgun possession violation led to the ruling in the court after Oakland District Court has ruled the evidence inadmissible….