The Busch Firm, Grand Blanc, Michigan
About Arthur Buschhe Busch Firm represents clients in criminal defense in Federal and Michigan courts In the Detroit, Pontiac and Flint area. Our attorneys are members of the State Bar of Michigan, sworn into practice in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. Arthur A. Busch is sworn into practice before the United States Supreme Court.
In 2003, Arthur Busch appeared and argued a murder case before the United States Supreme Court winning 9-0. It was the first time in the history of Genesee County that one of its criminal cases was heard and decided by the United States Supreme Court.
Our firm has appeared as criminal defense lawyer in dozens of district and circuit courts across Michigan. Our firm has extensive practice experience in the metropolitan Detroit area including Genesee County and Oakland Counties.
We are respected members of the bar with broad contacts on the bench, in prosecution and with other members of the criminal defense and probate lawyer community across the State of Michigan.
Art Busch was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. He graduated in 1972 from Flint Southwestern High School. He went on to obtain a BA and Masters Degree from Michigan State University. Mr. Busch attended the Thomas M. Cooley Law School i Lansing, Michigan.
Mr. Busch has a long record of accomplishments and legal "firsts" over his 30 year career. He has been responsible for over 40,000 felony cases and supervised in excess of 600 death investigations.
Much of his work today has been to prevent elder abuse. He handles cases on behalf of families who have elderly parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles etc. who have been exploited or abused. He is now helping families protect their parents by obtaining a guardianship or conservator-ships.
As an experienced criminal defense lawyer he can help people charged with a traffic ticket, DUI trucking violation, domestic violence, retail fraud, drugged driving, minor in possession MIP, drug cases such as marijuana, cocaine or prescription drug possession, criminal sexual conduct, CSC, embezzlement, computer crime and gun cases.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Elder Law
- Traffic Tickets
- Credit Cards Accepted
- All major credit cards accepted Visa, Master Card, Discover
- Free Consultation
- Free initial telephone consultation
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- $250.00 per hour for civil matters. Criminal case retainers are determined on a case by case basis.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|U.S. Supreme Court|
|Michigan State University||M.A.||Labor & Industrial Relations|
|Michigan State University||B.A.||Public Policy|
|Honors: Graduated with Honors|
|Details: Attended the James Madison College|
|Prosecuting Attorney||Genesee County, Michigan||1993-2005|
|Details: Elected county prosecutor (pop. 437,000). Supervised a staff of 42 attorneys.|
|Member, Michigan State Bar|
|Member, Criminal Defense Lawyers of Michigan|
|Flint, MI, Attorney, Criminal Defense, Arthur A. Busch, P.C.,|
Practice summary of the Busch Firm, Grand Blanc, Michigan and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
(810) 732-9400. www.artbusch.com Michigan defense criminal attorney. Serious felony matters, ...(810) 732-9400. www.artbusch.com Michigan defense criminal attorney. Serious felony matters, drunk driving, MIP, Traffic Tickets, computer crimes, expungements, criminal appeals, drug cases, federal and state cases. Statewide Practice. Arthur A. Busch has a national reputation for excellence in law. He is one of a small number of attorneys to argue a case and win before the United States Supreme Court. He has appeared as lead counsel in both the Michigan Supreme Court and the Michigan Court of Appeals. Mr. Busch is a veteran trial attorney with many years of experience handling high profile criminal investigations and felony cases. Hide
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Q: I recently received a traffic ticket. After I reviewed the ticket, i seen it was not given to me in my name?
A: Interesting case. I think that the mistake by the police officer could be corrected by simply re-issuing the ticket if your father were to answer to the ticket. He should answer to the ticket so that he is not in default. I had a case once where they completely left off the name of the party to be searched on a form search warrant. The case was appealed and the court ruled it was an inadvertent clerical error. Bottom line is that your dad could answer the ticket and fight it by proving he was elsewhere. He has no duty to help the police find you. However, the police have access to all the driver license pictures in your household if they really wanted to get you. The question is whether your Dad is up to the fight? At this point he has little choice but to respond to the ticket.
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Grand Blanc Location
9400 S. Saginaw Road
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Oakland County Location
7 W. Square Lake Rd.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302