Michigan Criminal Defense Attorney

Criminal-related matters can be emotionally difficult insofar as freedom, reputation, and assets are at stakeunless one has an intelligent, vigilant, and aggressive lawyer who understands the legal system and who can be trusted to work diligently for his clients.  Kyle Bristow is that lawyer.

He has been endorsed by over 170 attorneys and is rated as a 10.0/10.0 "superb" attorney on Avvo.com—the highest rating of that websitehe received the coveted "AV Preeminent" lawyer designation from Martindale-Hubbell in 2019, which signifies that a large number of Kyle Bristow's peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence for legal knowledge, communication skills, and ethical standards; he has been rated by Super Lawyers as a "Rising Star" for two years—2016 and 2017—and no more than 2.5% of lawyers earn that peer-reviewed designation in a given year; he was named a 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 "Top Lawyer" by DBusiness magazine; he was added to the "Best Lawyers" directory by U.S. News & World Report in 2018he received the "Client Champion - Platinum" designation by Martindale-Hubbel in 2019; he passed the Ohio and Michigan bar exams on his first attempts with high scores; he was an early pioneer of revenge pornography-related law that resulted in him being interviewed or articles being published about his work by USA Today, The Wall Street JournalThe Detroit NewsThe Detroit Free PressThe Macomb DailyAmerican Bar Association JournalMarie Claire MagazineTime MagazineMichigan Lawyers WeeklyCNN, MTV, FOX News, CBS, WXYZ, FOX 2 Detroit News, and Katie Couric's Katie television talk show; and he acquired invaluable experience through numerous legal undertakings for which he earned a well-deserved reputation as a fierce, knowledgeable, and persistent advocate for his clients.

A nationally recognized First Amendment litigator, Attorney Kyle Bristow has assisted with procuring major legal victories ultimately resulting in the governor of Virginia declaring a state of emergency, the governor of Florida declaring a state of emergency and mobilizing the Florida National Guard, and two Michigan SWAT teams being deployed to maintain order at the high-profile events of his clients.

Kyle Bristow counts among his clients one man who ran for United States Congress and two men who ran for United States Senate.





 

Bristow Law, PLLC, proudly serves the people of Ohio and Michigan in matters involving criminal law:  adult and juvenile traffic, misdemeanor, and felony defense, criminal record expungements, and appeals.

Kyle Bristow's goal is to protect his clients' legal interests through competent and aggressive representation and to provide outstanding customer service at reasonable rates.

Please peruse this website, and if you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation, feel free to contact Mr. Bristow at your convenience.

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