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Narcissism and Criminal Behavior – What You Need To Know

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Narcissism is one of those pop-psychology words you hear thrown around a lot lately. The term “narcissist” can be used about a sexually abusive father as well as a coworker who takes too many selfies. So, what is narcissism, and

Illegal Online Pharmacies in Michigan: Crimes, Penalties & Defense

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Have you ever purchased prescription medications from online pharmacies or been marketed-to by an online pharmacy? With more Americans taking prescription medications and the opioid crisis in full swing, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) is taking action against online

Received a Subpoena? Here’s What You Want to Know

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Have you recently been served with a subpoena? Do you know what it is and how it works? Sometimes, being served with a subpoena is something you will know about beforehand.

The High Cost of Using a Public Defender

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Are you facing charges in Michigan and think you will have to accept the services of a public defender? I want to show you why you should think again; why you should never put your life in the hands of

Abortion Criminalized in Michigan: What You Need to Know

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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.

Michigan’s Animal Cruelty Laws: What You Need To Know

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The state of Michigan has strict laws against animal cruelty. If convicted, violators could face stiff fines and jail time depending on the offense.

Antitrust Violation Attorney: Laws, Charges, Penalties & Defense

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Are you being investigated for a federal antitrust violation?

Arrested for Making a False Police Report: Charges, Penalties, and Defense

Have you ever lost something very valuable? Were you tempted to file a police report saying it was stolen? Is it a crime to submit a false police report?

Bail: How to Get Out Of Jail But Not For Free

What happens when your son or daughter, your husband, or your friend calls you in the middle of the night and tells you they have been arrested and they need your help? Assuming you don’t feel inclined to let them

What You Need To Know About Your Arraignment

An arraignment is a court proceeding where a criminal defendant is formally advised of charges. The judge then asks the defendant, “how do you plead?” and the defendant answers either “not guilty” or “guilty.” People often mistakenly believe an arraignment