DeWitt is located in Clinton County, Michigan and was named after Dewitt Clinton, Governor of New York during the 1830s. It was first settled by Captain David Scott, who moved there from Ann Arbor in 1833. As of 2000 Dewitt has a population of a little under 2,000. On October 21, 1930 a great fire swept though the downtown business district, destroying eight historic and business buildings. Some of the destruction included the Clinton House/Hotel, which was a regionally famous establishment. The fire devastated the community, slowing business growth once again. However, residential development did not slow. DeWitt began its evolvement into the bedroom community and remains that way to this day.
The Leydorf Law Firm PLLC services the entire Lansing region from St. Johns and DeWitt in the north to East Lansing and Williamston in the east, Mason to the south, and Charlotte and Portland in the west. Attorney Nicholas Leydorf is an accomplished trial lawyer. His skills were developed through specialized training in trying criminal cases. Due to his hard work and successful outcomes, he continues to gain respect of the legal community across Michigan. Our firm handles all kinds of felony and misdemeanor criminal matters, including Drunk Driving (OWI), Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC), and possession of narcotics (marijuana, cocaine, heroin, etc.). We specialize in criminal defense, and as a Michigan Criminal Defense Lawyer, Mr. Leydorf has represented clients in over 50 counties across Michigan.
We pride ourselves on providing open lines of communication with our clients and are consistently available after normal business hours and on weekends. I have had many clients express their appreciation for the personal care and confident efficiency with which we handled their cases, resulting in a more positive experience with the legal system.
Directions to our office in East Lansing: Take US-127S toward Lansing. Take EXIT 78toward I-69-BL/GD River Ave/M-43/Saginaw St/Mich Ave. Stay straight to go onto North Homer St. Turn left onto M-43 E/E Saginaw St/I-69-BL E. Continue to follow M-43 E for 3 miles. Turn right into Northwind Dr.