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Are You Vulnerable to False Allegations of Sex Abuse?

False Allegations of Sex Abuse
False Allegations of Sex Abuse

Unfortunately, false allegations of sex abuse happen often.

It is no stretch to say that we live in turbulent times. Allegations of abuse against authority figures are regularly in the news.

Meth Possession with Intent to Deliver: Charges, Penalties & Defense

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Meth Possession with Intent to Deliver criminal attorney

Are you being investigated for meth possession with intent to deliver in Michigan?

All drug charges are taken very seriously in the state of Michigan. If you are found in possession of illegal drugs, or prescription drugs for which you do not have a prescription, you could be facing time in prison and steep fines.

However, often zealous prosecutors will try to inflate a possession charge into a charge of possession with intent to deliver or sell.

It is imperative that you obtain the services of an aggressive criminal lawyer if you are being investigated for possession of meth. It could turn into a nightmare immediately.

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Cocaine Possession Charges in Michigan: Penalties & Defense

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Cocaine possession attorney in Michigan

Are you facing charges for cocaine possession in Michigan?

Prescription Drugs Charges in Michigan: Penalties & Defense

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Prescription drugs charges Michigan attorney

Have you or has a loved one been accused of illegal possession of prescription drugs in Michigan?

No post about the opioid crisis and the criminal justice system’s harsh penalties for opioid possession would be complete without talking about prescription drug charges.

Heroin Possession in Michigan: Charges, Penalties & Defense

Heroin possession attorney, David J. Kramer

Heroin possession criminal attorney, David J. Kramer

Are you being investigated for heroin possession?

Being convicted of heroin possession, an opioid drug, in Michigan is a serious charge. If convicted, you will be facing stiff penalties and jail time.

Abortion Criminalized in Michigan: What You Need to Know

Abortion Criminalized in Michigan - Criminal defense attorney
Abortion Criminalized in Michigan - Criminal defense attorney

Did you know that abortion is already banned in the state of Michigan?

Michigan has the most total ban on abortion in the entire nation, pre-Roe v. Wade.

Ecstasy Possession in Michigan: Charges, Penalties & Defense

Ecstasy possession drug crimes attorney, David J. Kramer

Did you know that taking ecstasy in Michigan is a misdemeanor offense?

You could spend up to a year in jail if the drug is found in your system. It can be found through your blood, saliva, hair, sweat, and other sources through drug tests.

Methamphetamine Possession in Michigan: Charges, Penalties & Defense

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Michigan drug crimes attorney - methamphetamine possession

Have you or someone you love been charged with methamphetamine or meth possession in Michigan?

The state of Michigan has harsh penalties for illegal possession of methamphetamine. You or your loved one could be facing prison time and fines without the help of an experienced drug crimes defense attorney.

Parental Rights Behind Bars in Michigan: What You Need To Know

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Do incarcerated people automatically lose their parental rights?

It may seem like a peripheral question to those who have never dealt with the criminal justice system. However, it’s a critical question when you are facing significant prison time.

Do criminals deserve to lose contact with their children? Or do they retain their rights to parent just like everyone else?

Wyatt’s Law and Child Abuse Central Registry

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Have you heard of Michigan’s Wyatt’s Law?

No one in their right mind thinks child abuse should continue. The sad reality is that child abuse does remain in this country, and laws exist to help the state get children out of horrific situations.

At least, that’s what the law is supposed to do. However, it doesn’t always reach the children who need it most. It often oversteps into families where it has no business.

How far should the law extend to help children? In addition, which laws will actually help children?