Ryan Felber Law, PLLC

<b>Ryan Felber Law, PLLC</b>

Experienced Criminal Defense and OWI Attorney in Ionia, Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa Counties

Firm Overview

I provide professional criminal defense legal representation to residents of Grand Rapids and West Michigan. Please contact me for a free consultation if you, a family member, or friend have been charged with any of the following:

* Operating while Intoxicated, including "super drunk" offenses with an alleged BAC of .16 or higher
* Possession of Marijuana
* Driving with a Suspended License (DWLS)
* Retail Fraud
* Assault & Battery, including Domestic Violence charges
* Any other misdemeanor or felony charge, even if it doesn't fit into one of the categories above.

Being charged with a crime is a serious matter, and it is imperative to have an experienced criminal defense attorney to help you understand and defend your rights. This is precisely what I do in my practice, which is dedicated almost exclusively to criminal defense work throughout the West Michigan court system.

Please contact my office at (269) 267-6811 to schedule your FREE consultation!
Main Office
P.O. Box 336
Rockford  MI  49341
  • (269) 267-6811
Criminal Defense

Ryan M. Felber

I am a graduate of James Madison College at Michigan State University, where I double majored in Political Theory & Constitutional Democracy and Political Science. I also attended and graduated from law school at MSU College of Law.

I can I help YOU because:

* I have hands-on, real-world experience and understand how the criminal justice system operates.

* I am a solo practitioner; you do not need the hassle and delay of trying to reach me through third parties.

* I am not a 9-5 attorney. Being available for DIRECT legal assistance beyond normal business hours, including weekends, allows me to be more flexible around your schedule.

* I provide a FREE initial consultation.

I have built a legal practice centered on the diligent criminal defense of each and every one of my clients. My job is to help you, especially when it comes to the potentially devastating possibilities that result from being accused of committing a criminal offense. EVERY person, regardless of his or her criminal past, income level, racial and ethnic background, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, and the severity of the alleged offense, has the fundamental right under the Constitution of the United States to be defended by adequate legal counsel when accused of a crime.

That is what I am here for: to protect your rights and help you try to achieve the best possible outcome in your difficult circumstances.
  • James Madison College at Michigan State University
    BA in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy , 2008
  • Michigan State University College of Law
    J.D. , 2011

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