Have you or has anyone you love been charged with internet sex crimes involving child pornography?
Did you know you can be charged with multiple sentences and end up with many years in prison just for having any child pornography – child sexually abusive material – on your computer?
Have you ever wondered if a private online conversation could get you or a loved one in big trouble?
If not, it might be time to consider such a possibility.
This is the reality for one Essexville, Michigan 15-year-old who is now facing a 20-year felony. He is too young for the press to release his identity.
However, he was not too young to have this whopping charge thrown at him: one count of making false reports or threat of terrorism.
Are you or is a loved one facing criminal charges? Have you received a plea deal from the prosecutor which you feel pressured to accept?
If so, you are experiencing what 90% of people who face criminal charges experience. Only about 10% of criminal cases go to trial.
If you have any experience with the criminal justice system, you probably know that plea bargains account for the vast majority of how cases are resolved.
We are about to enter into one of the most stressful, depressing and desperate times of year for many adults.
I’m not talking about tax season. The trifecta of holidays – Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year – is known for an increase in criminal charges because more people are under more stress than usual during this time.
Are you wondering if marijuana use can affect you while you’re driving? Or if it can result in an OWI charge if you get in an accident?
It turns out it can! At least, it can result in criminal charges if it is found in your bloodstream after a vehicle accident.
The midterm elections of November 2018 were some of the most well-attended midterm elections this country has seen. One report says turnout was at a 50 year high. The political climate may have had much to do with how many citizens decided to vote.
However, another big decision on the ballot for many states was the recreational marijuana legalization.
As you may have heard, Michigan has legalized recreational marijuana. The new law is set to take effect early next month – December of 2018.
Are you in the process of getting your life back together after losing your driver’s license? Confused about the documentation of sobriety needed for your hearing?
When you are looking for an attorney to represent you in your criminal case, how do you know whom to choose?
How can you be confident you are paying for the best possible work ethic and results?
When you are putting your life and your future in the hands of someone else, you need to know he’s going to get the best outcome possible.
Have you lost your driver’s license in the state of Michigan due to a DUI or substance abuse?
Are you overwhelmed looking at all of the steps that are necessary to restore your driver’s license in Michigan?
The process of getting your freedom back can be long, detailed, and complicated. There are many steps with many details in the legal process to navigate.
If you try to get the process started on your own, it is likely you will make it worse.
Have you lost your driver’s license due to multiple DUIs? Are you hoping to get your life and your freedom back?
One of the most common charges in the state of Michigan is a DUI charge – also known as an OWI: “Driving Under the Influence” or “Operating While Intoxicated.”
It’s one of the easiest crimes to commit and to get caught committing. If this happens to you multiple times, you will probably face losing your ability to drive legally in the state of Michigan.