Some lawyers make excuses. Frank Eaman makes history. A recent book about Detroit listed three of Frank Eaman's cases among the city's most famous. The people of Detroit and southeast Michigan know that Mr. Eaman has been providing top quality criminal defense in state and federal courts for decades. His grandfather, also named Frank D. Eaman, was a famous lawyer in Detroit for more than 50 years, and worked to reform the police department and civil service.
Like his grandfather, Mr. Eaman is committed to equal justice under the law. As a young man, he marched with Dr. Martin Luther King in 1963 with hundreds of thousands of Detroiters in the civil rights march down Woodward Avenue. As a lawyer, he has fought to ensure that indigent persons have competent, fairly paid counsel.
In the present, Frank D. Eaman continues to seek justice for ordinary people. His office understands the difficulties people have when they face criminal charges. His firm is committed to helping you through this difficult passage and reaching a result in every case that meets your expectations.
The author of numerous articles, Mr. Eaman teaches trial skills at Thomas M. Cooley Law School and at the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan Trial College. In his career he has set the standard for competent, ethical criminal defense representation, and he is passing that high standard on to the next generation.
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Admitted 1971, Michigan
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Last Updated: 2/2/2016