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Carl Jordan Has Taken on Some of the Most Challenging Cases and Won

Carl Jordan, a Detroit criminal defense attorney understands how serious a criminal accusation can be, even if it is just a misdemeanor or a capital felony. For more than 20 years, he has been fighting for the rights and freedoms of his clients in a variety of cases. Many cases have involved multiple felony charges. He has earned the respect of the court, the legal community, and the people across the State of Michigan due to his professionalism and ability to present a powerful defensive case in court.

Take a look at at the trial results of Carl Jordan. See Proven Results.






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Why Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer Who Used to be a Prosecutor?

This one’s pretty simple. E-X-P-E-R-I-E-N-C-E. As a former prosecutor in Wisconsin and in Wayne County, Mr. Jordan prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases and in the process gained a wealth of experience with criminal law and the complex criminal justice system. After leaving the public service Mr. Jordan decided to use his talent for advocacy, as well as his experience as a prosecutor, to provide the best and aggressive representation for anyone charged with a crime.

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Speak to a Former Prosecutor Who Can Help You.

If you are facing criminal charges, contact the Carl Jordan Law Firm and put an experienced criminal defense attorney to work for you. You can be confident of achieving the best possible outcome in your case. At trial you can expect a vigorous defense and no stone will be unturned in securing a not guilty fee. It may be possible to reduce charges to lesser offenses or have them dismissed altogether.

Call the Carl Jordan Law Firm at 248 358-6647 24/7 for a free telephone consultation. We will get through this together.


CASE RESULTS

From a Tough, Seasoned, Credentialed Detroit Criminal Defense Attorney with the Experience and Perception of a Former Wayne County Prosecutor.

Client Charged With:

Witness Intimidating, Homicide - Murder First Degree - Premeditated (Conspiracy) and Homicide - Murder First Degree - Premeditated.
During the trial which lasted 21 days, the prosecution argued that the defendent had murdered a man as he sat on his front porch. The prosecution introduced 150 exhibits into evidence and called 27 witnesses including two expert witnesses. During closing arguments Attorney Jordan reminded the jury that a police officer had been charged with two counts of lying to a police officer during a violent crime investigation and argued that as a crack dealer, the deceased was involved in a very dangerous profession in a very dangerous city and that any number of people could have wanted him killed. Attorney Jordan, in a gutsy move, recited the lyrics to 10 Crack Commandments by Biggie Smalls, a crack dealer turned rapper/entertainer. The lyrics paint an accurate description of the dangers faced by drug dealers.

The Verdict
The jury deliberated for six hours. On March 17, 2016, the jury returned verdicts of NOT GUILTY on two counts of Homicide – Murder First Degree. The Witness Intimidation charge was dismissed.



Client Charged With:

Assault With Intent to Murder, Assault With Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm less Than Murder, Weapons - Dangerous Weapon - Carrying With Unlawful Intent, Weapons Felony Firearm and Weapons-firearms-brandishing in Public.
In October 2013, a 26-year-old male was charged with four serious felonies. His first attorney, appointed by the court, wanted the defendant to plead guilty, virtually guaranteeing a substantial prison sentence. The young man’s mother, searched for a lawyer to defend her son, but every criminal defense attorney she called brushed her off. Then she called Criminal Attorney Carl Jordan who discussed the case from a perspective of going to trial and presenting an aggressive defense. Mr. Jordan was hired to represent the defendant.

The Verdict
Three felony charges were dismissed and the remaining felony was reduced to a misdemeanor that carried one-year of probation.


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