Michigan Attorney Representing Professionals
Lansing Lawyer Representing Professionals
In our American system of criminal justice, you are presumed innocent of all crimes until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a prosecuting official. If you or your loved one is accused or charged with a criminal offense, do NOT, under any circumstances, talk to the police. Reveal only your name, date of birth, address, and telephone number to the police, and do NOT consent to a police search or government official search of your body, home, telephone, computer, or vehicle without a search warrant. If you are facing questioning from a police officer or prosecuting official, contact Lansing criminal defense attorney Eric J. Sheppard immediately at 517-618-1580, and let Eric J. Sheppard fight for your rights.
If you are a doctor, a lawyer, a nurse, a teacher, a pilot, an engineer, or any other licensed professional, a criminal conviction may have significant consequences on your employment, licensure, and livelihood. You may have reporting requirements for your profession. A criminal conviction may carry licensing sanctions - suspension or revocation - for your profession.
Licensing issues can be complex. There is too much on the line to not have an experienced attorney that knows how to work through the criminal justice system and the appropriate administrative agencies regarding your licensing issues.
If you are a professional that is being investigated for a crime or has been charged with a crime, then call my office right away to discuss your case and the best course of action.
Contact The Law Office of Eric J. Sheppard for all of your professional legal needs: 517-618-1580.
The Law Office of Eric J. Sheppard
2106 Hamilton Road, Suite 206
East Lansing MI 48864
PH: 517-618-1580 (office)
PH: 216-973-9996 (cell)