John Freeman

John Freeman

John Freeman aggressively represents clients in State and Federal Court. Before becoming a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Freeman spent seven years as an Assistant United States Attorney in Detroit. Before working as a federal prosecutor, Mr. Freeman served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.

Throughout his thirty-year career, Mr. Freeman has exclusively practiced criminal law. He has handled all aspects of the investigation, prosecution, defense, trial, sentencing and appeal of all types of criminal cases, including the unjustified, and justified, use of force. As a prosecutor, he routinely worked with law enforcement to determine what, if any, criminal charges were appropriate. As a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Freeman regularly responds in the immediate aftermath of critical incidents.  

Mr. Freeman is an avid hunter and fisherman. He also enjoys gardening and yoga.

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