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LaRene & Kriger PLC - Detroit, MI

645 Griswold StreetSuite 1717 Detroit, MI 48226

Updated: 07/16/2024

Detroit Criminal Law Firm


The firm of LaRene & Kriger, P.L.C. was founded in 1999 by Mark Kriger and N. C. Deday LaRene. In 2012, Mr. Kriger's daughter, Allison, joined the practice.

The firm's practice is limited to criminal defense, both trial and appellate, including collateral challenges such as federal habeas corpus, coram nobis petitions, and Motions for Relief From Judgment under Michigan law.

About LaRene & Kriger PLC


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Law - Federal
  • White Collar Crimes


  • 100%




Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


645 Griswold StreetSuite 1717 Detroit, MI 48226


  • 313-967-0199

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By Peter G. on Dec. 11, 2023

0.5 out of 5 stars

I hired attorney Mark Kriger a while back and I was disappointed with his representation. He seemed very distracted by other things than focusing on my case. He showed up in court like he was suppose to but he failed to argue my position as he told me he would . I should have gone with a court appointed attorney but I just did not know

By Anonymous on Dec. 01, 2021

5.0 out of 5 stars

I was being investigated by the Homeland Security and the United States Attorneys office. I called a local attorney who recommended Mark. To say that his representation was excellent is a vast understatement. Not only was I not convicted, Mark stopped me from being charged altogether. Every bit of advice he gave me turned out to be correct although at times I had reservations about his advice. Despite my occasional reservations, I, nevertheless, followed his advice. Had I not done so, I believe I would have been charged. The result he achieved was beyond my wildest expectations. Finally, he was extremely conscientious and responsive to my concerns and anxiety. I cannot thank him enough and would recommend him to anyone.

By Anonymous on Jul. 21, 2021

5.0 out of 5 stars

Mark Kriger did a terrific job representing me in a case from beginning to end. Mark worked tirelessly on my behalf and clearly his efforts were the reason I was given a probationary sentence and not incarceration. Mark wrote a detailed and well thought out sentencing report and that along with his statements in front of the judge played a huge role in getting me a much better then expected outcome. You will not find an attorney is this area with more expertise in federal cases. I owe Mark a great debt of gratitude for the hard work he put into my case and the result that was achieved.

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