Not all attorneys are created equal. After graduating law school with honors in only... more
Not all attorneys are created equal. After graduating law school with honors in only 2 short years Aaron opened up shop in Oakland County, Michigan, diving right in and defending the accused. The law is ever changing, which is why Aaron amasses over a 100 hours of continuing legal education and training every year.We appear in courts across Michigan over a hundred times a year.Customer satisfac... view profile
Winning criminal cases is my passion!! I enjoy working for the "underdog" who has... more
Winning criminal cases is my passion!! I enjoy working for the "underdog" who has all of the legal odds stacked against him or her in their criminal case. A criminal case is like a puzzle already put together by the Government and Prosecution. My goal is to break the puzzle apart, piece by piece, prove my clients innocence and work towards winning their case. I thoroughly enjoy what I do and I ... view profile
As a former Wayne County Assistant Prosecutor, I have courtroom experience you can... more
As a former Wayne County Assistant Prosecutor, I have courtroom experience you can count on to maximize the possibility of a favorable outcome for you. Henner Law, P.L.L.C. is a Michigan State and E.D. Michigan law practice. A special area of this practice is providing legal representation and counseling to fellow veterans in need of legal assistance.
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