Owner and Founding Attorney, Scott Grabel, was recently published in Property Crimes Defense Strategies: Leading Lawyers on Adapting to Recent Trends, Working with Law Enforcement, and Preparing a Solid Defense (Inside the Minds) . For a full description of the book or to purchase a copy, you may visit Thompson Reuters' website here.
If you haven't had a chance to "like" us on Facebook yet, now is the time! Grabel and Associates will donate $1 to the Capital Area Humane Society for every "like" we receive, up to $1,000.00. See our campaign page here.
Grabel and Associates is proud to support Haven House , who has been serving the Lansing area by providing temporary emergency housing to families since 1983. We congratulate them on 30 years of service to our area and thank them for their long-standing support to our community!
Scott Grabel discusses his path to creating Grabel & Associates in this podcast with Attorney James Hart. Read more about their interview here and listen to the interview below.
Attorney Scott Grabel has been ranked one of the top ten criminal defense attorneys in the state of Michigan by the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys. See his profile here.
Grabel & Associates welcomes our newest Associate Attorney, William Weise. Mr. Weise has a strong background in criminal defense and is one of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers for 2013. Learn more about Mr. Weise by reading his full profile here.
Attorney Scott Grabel gives commentary on the registration requirements and effects of a person being placed on Michigan's Sex Offender Registry in William Axford's article in the Tri-County Times titled "The Consequences of Being a Sex Offender".
Grabel & Associates is proud to announce that all of their attorneys have been honored as Top 100 Trial Lawyers for 2013 by The National Trial Lawyers . Congratulations to Scott Grabel, William Hackett, Robert Hackett, Marcie Ridley, Nicholas Leydorf, and Peter Samouris!
Attorney Scott Grabel is interviewed by Josh Crank about excessive police force for his Lawyers.com article titled "Pot Dispensary Worker Sues Police for $1M Alleging Excessive Force ".