Thomas M. Loeb has been licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan since 1976. He first worked for the Wayne County Defender’s Office trying felony cases, and later as an associate in a law firm. He has been a sole practitioner since 1982 concentrating in the areas of criminal defense; plaintiff’s civil rights litigation; professional responsibility and grievance defense; and family law and divorce.

Thomas has been a faculty member of the Detroit/Wayne County Criminal Advocacy Program (CAP) since its inception, and has served on its Board of Directors for the last 25 years. He has also has lectured extensively to both lawyers and police officers for Michigan’s Institute For Continuing Legal Education (ICLE); Michigan Association of Justice (MAJ); and the Macomb County Criminal Justice Training Center. He has also served as faculty for the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan (CDAM's) annual conferences and their annual Trial Practice College. Mr. Loeb is a member of the Criminal Law and Family Law Sections of the State Bar of Michigan, MAJ, NACDL, CDAM, and NORML


​Mr. Loeb began his legal career in 1976, and has been helping people throughout Michigan ever since. He established his private practice in 1981, and concentrates in the areas of criminal defense, divorce and family law, plaintiff's police misconduct (representing the victim's of police brutality in civil actions against law enforcement officers) and representing lawyers, doctors, and other licensed professionals when they are accused of violations of their professional standards.

 

With experience in over 300 jury trials and countless more bench trials, evidentiary hearings, and hearings in contested matters, attorney Loeb is often sought after for his court room experience. In Wayne County, he has been a faculty member of the Criminal Advocacy Program (CAP) since its inception over 20 years ago, and has been on its Board of Directors for over 15 years. He has also been a faculty member of the CDAM Criminal Trial College since 2005, and presented to the entire college in 2009 on direct exam techniques. He is a lecturer for Michigan's Institute for Continuing Legal Education (http://www.icle.org) and spoke at their seminar on "Drunk Driving Defense Update" in Troy, in 2009. Mr. Loeb is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell.

"I have worked for 39 years representing people throughout Michigan, and have handled more than 300 jury trials. I have handled countless more bench trials, evidentiary hearings, and contested cases. I will give you the benefit of my experience by aggressively defending your interests in the areas of criminal defense (including drug crimes, drunk driving-DUI, and white collar crimes), divorce and family law (including child support, child custody, and distribution of property), and plaintiff's police misconduct. I also represent lawyers, doctors, and other licensed professionals when they are accused of violations of their professional standards.  In a free initial consultation, you can speak with me personally to find out if I am the right criminal defense or family law lawyer for you. I will work hard to bring about the best outcome on your behalf. 
I enjoy an excellent reputation for my trial skills, and many of my clients have been referred to me by other attorneys. I regularly teach lawyers trial skills and court room techniques. My office focuses on a client-centered practice. If I am your attorney, you will be as actively involved in your case as you desire. I recognize that not every client wishes to go through the anxiety or stress of a trial. Even though I have been practicing for many years, I do not lose sight of the fact that for many of my clients, their case is their first experience with the legal system."
Experienced Michigan Law Attorney
BAR ADMISSIONS
Michigan, 1976
United States District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan
Sixth Circuit, 1985
 
EDUCATION 
Juris Doctor, 1975
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI 
Bachelor of General Studies, 1972 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

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