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Law Office of John Freeman - Troy, MI

3150 Livernois RoadSuite 270 Troy, MI 48083

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Updated: 05/23/2022

Troy Criminal Law Firm


Tough, Strategic, Aggressive, Dependable

The Law Office of John Freeman aggressively represents clients in federal and state court.

Our firm has extensive experience in all types of felony and misdemeanor cases, including drug crimes, weapons crimes, violent crimes, white collar crimes, corruption charges, computer crimes, sex crimes, immigration and international crimes, DUI/OWI/OUIL charges, domestic violence, and other matters...

About Law Office of John Freeman

Practice Areas

  • Criminal


  • National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 in Michigan
  • American Society of Legal Advocates, Top 100 in Michigan
  • Member, Legal Advisory Board, State Bar of Michigan, Institute of Continuing Legal Education
  • Member, Legal Advisory Board, United States Concealed Carry Association


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


3150 Livernois RoadSuite 270 Troy, MI 48083

Office Hours

By Appointment Only


  • 248-250-5857

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