2525 S. Telegraph Rd. Suite 100
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302
Firm: Paul J. Tafelski. P.C.
DUI defense attorney Paul J. Tafelski is committed to helping good people get past difficult situations. He has been a criminal defense lawyer in Michigan since 1995 and helped many clients navigate the Michigan criminal justice system successfully. An experienced drunk driving defense lawyer, Paul J. Tafelski has obtained Not Guilty verdicts in felony and misdemeanor cases. He is skilled at challenging questionable evidence and often is able to negotiate dismissals, plea bargains or sentencing agreements that allow clients to put a legal matter behind them and move on with their lives.
Paul Tafelski has been practicing law in Michigan since 1995. He has a passion for helping good people out of difficult situations. For many years he has successfully led clients through the difficult and dangerous criminal justice system by listening to their problems, developing a plan to help them and executing that plan by using his experience and knowledge. In some DUI cases that means taking their felony or misdemeanor matter to trial. However, in most cases he was able to negotiate dismissals, plea bargains or sentencing agreements that allowed the clients to get on with their lives and completely avoid jail. The goal is always to obtain the best possible result for that clients unique situation. It sounds simple but requires having a lawyer that listens, cares about the client and has the specific skills, experience and relationships to get the job done.
Affiliations & Memberships:
He is a member of the Michigan State Bar Association, National College of DUI Defense, American Bar Association, Criminal Defense Lawyers of Michigan, Oakland County Bar Association and the Advocates (Polish Bar Association). In addition, he is a past member of the State Bar of Michigan Criminal Law Committee as well as the Oakland County Bar Association Inns of Court which promoted professionalism and congeniality between Judges and lawyers. He has strong relationships with Judges, prosecutors and lawyers throughout metropolitan Detroit. In 2011 & 2012 he was selected as a SuperLawyer by the New York Times. Only 5 percent of lawyers in Michigan achieve this designation. The process is peer driven and demonstrates a high level of respect within the profession.
He enjoys attending Tigers, Lions and Red Wings games. In addition, he travels to California where he is involved in trying to produce movies in Michigan and elsewhere.
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