Murder is the most serious of charges. The only way to defend the broad statute of murder in Michigan is to understand the pros and cons of the pre-trial aspect. For example, in some jurisdictions, the prosecutor’s office may charge the defendant before having all of the facts and even withhold the defendant’s bond. In other jurisdictions, the prosecuting attorney is not authorized also to allow a plea. With that stated, if you are charged with homicide, you need an attorney that will be prepared to take the case to trial. Our trial attorneys are experienced in many different counties and have a strong understanding of each particular jurisdiction’s jury pool, which helps to provide the best possible defense available.