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Paul J. Tafelski. P.C.
2525 S. Telegraph Rd, Suite 100
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
Tel: (248) 451-2200

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The highly experienced and motivated Criminal defense and DUI defense lawyers at Paul J. Tafelski. P.C. serve the city of Birmingham as well as all of Oakland County! Attorney Paul J. Tafelski, Esq. as a passion for helping good people out of difficult situations. For many years he has successfully led clients through the difficult and dangerous criminal justice system by listening to their problems, developing a plan to help them and executing that plan by using his experience and knowledge.

No Case Is Too Small Or Too Large!

Mr. Tafelski is a graduate of Michigan State University and the Detroit College of Law. He is a member of the Michigan State Bar Association, American Bar Association, Criminal Defense Lawyers of Michigan, Oakland County Bar Association and the Advocates (Polish Bar Association). In addition, he is a past member of the State Bar of Michigan Criminal Law Committee as well as the Oakland County Bar Association Inns of Court which promoted professionalism and congeniality between Judges and lawyers. His goal is always to obtain the best possible result for the client in their current situation. It sounds simple but it requires having a lawyer that listens, cares about the client and has the specific skills, experience and relationships to get the job done.

At the law offices of Paul J. Tafelski, our criminal defense lawyers take your future seriously, and we’re available 24/7 to help you. We carry a Blackberry and check it regularly so our team can be there quickly to protect your rights. The legal system is a maze of complex laws and procedures and the penalties can be severe if you don’t stand up for your rights. That’s why you need us at your side. We handle a full range of criminal offenses, from defending against murder charges to arguing for reduced traffic fines and points. Do not wait; contact our criminal defense attorneys online now for the skilled representation your case demands

Over The Last Few Months We Have Handled A Diverse Range Of Criminal And DUI Defense Cases In Detroit, Troy, Rochester Hills, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Royal Oak, Plymouth, Canton, Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, And Throughout Michigan.

Birmingham is a city in Oakland County of the U.S. state of Michigan and a suburb of Detroit. The city’s downtown attracts shoppers from throughout the Metro Detroit area. The city has over twenty parks with many amenities including tennis courts, baseball diamonds, playgrounds, golf courses, sledding hills, nature trails, picnic areas and deep woods. Shain Park, the city’s main commons, is the site of the Village Fair, art shows, summer music concerts and numerous community events all beneath The Freedom of the Human Spirit sculpted by Marshall Fredericks. Birmingham was a stagecoach stop in the 19th century between Detroit and Pontiac. On June 18, 1896, the Oakland Railway, the electric interurban, came to Birmingham and provided service to Detroit in 40 minutes; the service ended in 1931. Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) currently operates local and regional bus transit.

The Birmingham City School District administers several nationally accredited schools including Seaholm High School and Groves High School. Roeper School has a campus on Adams Road. The Holy Name School is a co-educational parochial school founded by the Roman Catholic Holy Name Church. It educates children grades pre-K to 8. The school was established in 1928, along with a now non-existent convent for IHM nuns. The church and school continue to operate in conjunction today. The Baldwin Public Library serves the city of Birmingham and nearby communities of Beverly Hills and Bingham Farms. The original building first opened to the public on December 19, 1927. In October 1959, an extension for the Youth Department was added to the east side of the building. In 1983, another addition opened, changing the entrance to Merrill Street. There are over 120,000 books in the library, along with CDs, DVDs, periodicals, educational toys, databases and free Wi-Fi.

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