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How to Avoid Self Incrimination in Michigan

By asserting your rights, you lower the risk of self-incrimination No one should be tricked into providing evidence against themselves, but this happens all the time in Michigan criminal cases because police use tactics to get people to unknowingly confess to crimes. There are steps you can take to help protect yourself against self-incrimination, such...

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Do You Need a Defense Lawyer for a Criminal Traffic Violation?

There are many different types of traffic offenses in Michigan. Some of the more common examples include speeding, failing to signal before turning, and disobeying a traffic sign (such as a stop or yield sign). If you’re caught committing one of these violations, you will most likely be ticketed and fined, and your car insurance...

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Human Trafficking Cases Are on the Rise in Mid-Michigan As Task Forces Conduct Sting Operations

Michigan sex crimes attorneys explain the serious charges arrestees may face Several Michigan law enforcement agencies have developed task forces to target human trafficking. In Shiawassee County, the Shiawassee Human Oppression Team (S.H.O.T.) has been formed. In Monroe County, the Violent Internet Predator & Exploitation Response Task Force (VIPER) is conducting investigations. In Genesee County,...

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Is It Illegal to Film Police in Michigan?

A Flint Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Your Rights Video that appears to show a Michigan police officer charging at a person filming him during an encounter is raising new questions about whether it is legal to record on-duty cops. For the record: Yes, in general, you do have the right to film on-duty officers in...

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Why Are Gun Possession Charges Spiking in Michigan?

Targeted police work and a misunderstanding of Michigan’s “open-carry” laws may be driving a surge in nonviolent gun arrests. In Detroit, the number of arrests for carrying concealed weapons (CCWs) has more than doubled since the start of the pandemic. Criminal defense attorneys across the city have noticed the change. The arrests are concentrated in...

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Threats to School Safety Are No Joking Matter

A Criminal Defense Attorney in Michigan Explains In the wake of a school shooting at Oxford High School, several students around the state have made copycat threats. These students may have intended it as a joke, but no one was laughing. Instead, they found themselves in big trouble. Dozens of juveniles in Genesee County and...

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Michigan Raise the Age Legislation is Now in Effect

A Michigan Criminal Defense Attorney Provides the Details On Oct. 1, 2021, Michigan criminal courts officially stopped charging 17-year-old minors as adults. Signed and approved in 2019, "Raise the Age" officially went into effect the first day of October. The law has support from many corners — the GOP, Democrats, many criminal defense lawyers, and...

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New Law May Restore Michigan Driving Priveleges for 73,000 People

A Michigan criminal defense lawyer explains why If you lost your driving privileges in Michigan, you may be among the 73,000 people eligible to get your driver's license back very soon. Due to a change in state law, more than 100 violations and civil infractions are being reclassified. Michigan can no longer suspend people's driving...

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