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Michael S. Cheltenham - East Lansing, MI

1140 Abbot Road#4153 East Lansing, MI 48823

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Updated: 02/18/2024

East Lansing Criminal Defense Lawyer

Overview

Being charged with a crime, regardless of the outcome, is a life changing experience. Your freedom, your integrity, and your reputation have been formally challenged by the government and you must defend yourself in a court of law. At Cheltenham Law, our team of professionals understands your plight and your need for an experienced and smart advocate. Mike Cheltenham has spent the last 26 years as both a criminal defense attorney and a prosecutor...

Being charged with a crime, regardless of the outcome, is a life changing experience. Your freedom, your integrity, and your reputation have been formally challenged by the government and you must defend yourself in a court of law. At Cheltenham Law, our team of professionals understands your plight and your need for an experienced and smart advocate. Mike Cheltenham has spent the last 26 years as both a criminal defense attorney and a prosecutor. He knows the ins and outs of an often confusing and inequitable criminal justice system. Regardless of the severity of the charge, any criminal accusation can have profound consequences. Cheltenham Law has the experience and the know how to zealously defend your rights and your reputation.

About Michael S. Cheltenham

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Defense 80%
  • Sex Offenses 10%
  • DUI/DWI 10%

Litigation

  • 90%

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan, 1997

Education

  • Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, Michigan

Office Information

Address

1140 Abbot Road#4153 East Lansing, MI 48823

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