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Richards and Associates

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  • Language: English

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Ray E. Richards, II

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Criminal, DUI-DWI, RICO Act, Felony, White Collar Crime

Attorney Ray E. Richards II has been practicing law in Michigan since 1997. Attorney Richards achieved amazing accomplishments throughout his law educ... (more)

ATTORNEY RAY RICHARDS IS AN ACCOMPLISHED DETROIT-AREA LAWYER DELIVERING TOUGH CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Dynamic Michigan law firm protects the rights of clients facing charges

If you face criminal charges in the Detroit area, you deserve an experienced defense lawyer who has a reputation for winning the tough cases. At Richards & Associates, PLLC in Troy, I will confront police and prosecutors on your behalf and fight for the best possible resolution. In practice for nearly 20 years, I don’t back down when my clients’ freedom is at stake. My firm represents individuals accused of all types of crimes in Michigan state and federal courts. Whatever the particular allegation might be, I provide attentive service and draw upon my big-firm experience to build the most complete defense possible. I understand the stress that criminal accusations cause and battle every day to ease my clients’ burdens. I, Ray E. Richards II, am committed to giving you the confidence to overcome whatever legal trouble you face.

We offer our clients and potential clients a variety of payment options, fee structures and payment plans, if needed. Our fee structure is predominantly a flat fee retainer and a trial fee, if necessary. The determination of the fee requirement is determined on a case by case basis. We are willing to work with our clients to allow them to fund the fight, where the results will ultimately may impact their freedom!
Richards and Associates
200 E Big Beaver Rd Troy, MI 48083
Troy, MI 48083
42.561825,-83.1426021

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200 E Big Beaver Rd Troy, MI 48083
Troy, MI 48083


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    Royal Oak, MI 48067

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