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Arthur Busch

The Busch Firm, Grand Blanc, Michigan
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Traffic Tickets...
  • Michigan
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The Busch Firm provides criminal defense, drunk driving, and traffic ticket representation. The Busch firm appears before Federal and Michigan courts In the Detroit, Pontiac and Flint area. Our attorneys are members of the State Bar of Michigan, sworn into practice in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. Arthur A. Busch is sworn into practice before the United States Supreme Court. Arthur Busch, the founder of the firm is one of the very few lawyers in Michigan who have argued capital cases before the United States Supreme Court and the Michigan Supreme Court winning. In 2003, Arthur Busch appeared and argued a murder appeal before the United States Supreme Court winning 9-0. It was the first time in the history of Genesee County that one of its criminal cases was heard and decided by the United States Supreme Court. He has also argued and won capital cases before the Michigan Supreme Court as a prosecutor and as a criminal defense lawyer. He has talent, passion and a zeal for winning arguments. His success over his 30+ year career as a criminal law specialist speaks for itself. The Busch Firm appears as criminal defense lawyers in dozens of district and circuit courts across Michigan. Our firm has extensive practice experience in the metropolitan Detroit area including Genesee County, Oakland County, and Mid-Michigan. We are respected members of the bar with broad contacts on the bench, in prosecution and with other members of the criminal defense and probate lawyer community across the State of Michigan. Art Busch was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. He graduated in 1972 from Flint Southwestern High School. He went on to obtain a BA from James Madison College and a Masters Degree from Michigan State University. Mr. Busch graduated from Western Michigan University-Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Mr. Busch has a long record of accomplishments and legal "firsts" over his 30 year career. He has been responsible for over 50,0

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Traffic Tickets
  • Elder Law
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Free Consultation
    Free initial telephone consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All major credit cards accepted Visa, Master Card, Discover
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    $250.00 per hour for civil matters. Criminal case retainers are determined on a case by case basis.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
U.S. Supreme Court
  • French: Spoken
Professional Experience
Criminal Defense Attorney
The Busch Firm PLC
- Current
Adjunct Professor
C.S. Mott Community College
Criminal Justice Department. Taught criminal law, courtroom testimony and documentation, computer crime and cyber law and legal issues in corrections.
Prosecuting Attorney
Genesee County Prosecuting Attorney
Retired. Chief Law Enforcement Official for Genesee County
Arthur A. Busch, PC
Michigan State University
M.A. | Labor & Industrial Relations
Michigan State University
B.A. | Public Policy
Attended the James Madison College
Honors: Graduated with Honors
Professional Associations
Michigan State Bar # 33872
Criminal Defense Lawyers of Michigan
- Current
Genesee County, Michigan
Prosecuting Attorney
Activities: Elected county prosecutor (pop. 437,000). Supervised a staff of 42 attorneys.
Genesee County Planning Commission
Genesee County Bar Association
Member, Board of Directors
Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan
Member, Board of Directors
Genesee County Parks and Recreation Commission
Genesee County Board of Commissioners
County Commissioner
Urban League of Flint
Member, Board of Directors
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. I recently received a traffic ticket. After I reviewed the ticket, i seen it was not given to me in my name?
A: Interesting case. I think that the mistake by the police officer could be corrected by simply re-issuing the ticket if your father were to answer to the ticket. He should answer to the ticket so that he is not in default. I had a case once where they completely left off the name of the party to be searched on a form search warrant. The case was appealed and the court ruled it was an inadvertent clerical error. Bottom line is that your dad could answer the ticket and fight it by proving he was elsewhere. He has no duty to help the police find you. However, the police have access to all the driver license pictures in your household if they really wanted to get you. The question is whether your Dad is up to the fight? At this point he has little choice but to respond to the ticket.
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Contact & Map
Grand Blanc Location
9400 S. Saginaw Road
Suite B
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Telephone: (810) 732-9400
Cell: (810) 577-7148
Fax: (248) 461-3900