Attorney Profile

Scott Bigger 27

Scott R. Bigger
Scott@BiggerLawMI.com
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Education:
Grand Valley State University, B.S., 2008, Wayne State University Law School, J.D. 2011

Practice Areas:
State & Criminal Defense; Felonies; Misdemeanors; Drunk Driving Offenses; Controlled Substance Crimes; Sex Crimes; Traffic Offenses; Expungements; Criminal Appeals; Drivers License Restoration

Memberships:
State Bar of Michigan; Genesee County Bar Association- member of the Criminal Law Committee & the Appeals Committee; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Admissions:
2011, Michigan; 2013, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

Biography:
After studying in Grand Rapids and Detroit, Attorney Scott R. Bigger has returned to Flint, Michigan where he was born to serve the Genesee County Community and the surrounding area.

Scott attended High School in Clarkston, Michigan where he served on his class Executive Board and participated in the Teen Court program in the 52-2 District Court.

After High School, Scott relocated to West Michigan where he majored in Political Science at Grand Valley State University receiving a Bachelor of Science degree. Scott then attended Law School at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. While on his way to receiving a Juris Doctorate degree, Scott was recognized for his exceptional legal research and writing abilities.

Scott is able to bring a unique perspective to his practice having started his career by volunteering at the Wayne county Prosecutor’s Office in Detroit where he served in both the Juvenile and Appellate Divisions. After that time, Scott began practicing Criminal Defense while working for The Manley Firm, P.C., in Flint, Michigan where he established himself in the community as a hard-working advocate who fights aggressively for his clients.

In 2013, Scott launched Bigger Law, PLC, dedicated to protecting constitutional rights and providing unparalleled representation in both the State and Federal Courts.