A criminal charge is frightening and has the potential to alter your entire future. If you're facing charges, you need a criminal defense attorney who understands the complexities of Michigan criminal law. You also need an attorney who will work to find the right approach to your case. As a solo criminal attorney serving Monroe, Michigan, Ms. Niemiec works directly with her clients from the start of a case until it's complete. She gives you full attention and focus, whatever your situation may be. She is direct and honest with clients and experienced and respected in Monroe County courts. In her many years of representing criminal Defendants, Ms. Niemiec has handled cases involving many different criminal charges.

Areas of Practice:

  • Drug crimes
  • Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Breaking and Entering
  • Retail Fraud
  • Larceny
  • Home Invasion
  • Receiving and Concealing
  • Armed/Unarmed Robbery
  • Resisting and Obstructing
  • Gun and firearm offenses
  • Malicious Destruction of Property/Building
  • Driving While License Suspended
  • Failure to pay Child Support
  • Expungement
  • Violation of Probation
  • Identity Theft
  • Kidnapping
  • Unlawful Imprisonment
  • Stalking
  • Arson
  • Murder


The stakes are high with any criminal charge. It is essential to choose a criminal defense attorney who will work for your best interests. Ms. Niemiec will work with you to explain the legal process and make sure that you get the representation you deserve. You need a criminal defense lawyer with experience, knowledge and the ability to use the facts to your advantage. It is essential that you have someone by your side who understands your situation and will be your voice throughout the process. Kyrsten Niemiec is the kind of attorney who will be with you from the beginning. If you are facing charges in Monroe County, Michigan and need a criminal defense attorney, contact Kyrsten today.


Common Questions About Criminal Defense Lawyers



You should choose an attorney who has experience handling your particular charges or who has many years of general criminal experience defending both misdemeanors and felonies. Additionally, the attorney should be familiar with the jurisdiction prosecuting your case. Knowledge and familiarity with the prosecutor and Court can make your case easier for everyone involved.





Criminal Defense attorneys analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your particular case and help you determine your path forward. A criminal defense attorney will advise you of the laws and procedures relevant to the charges you are facing. If you have decided that a plea deal is your best bet, your attorney will negotiate with prosecutors to get the best deal possible. If you have decided to go to trial, your attorney will subpoena and prepare witnesses, prepare evidence and file any appropriate pre-trial motions to attempt to ensure that you have the best possible defense.