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Category: Felony Charges

Felony Terrorism Threats: Charges, Penalties, & Defense

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

OWI Charge for Marijuana Use: Penalties & Defense

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

Michigan’s Self-Defense Laws: Who Is An Intruder?

The world watched footage from Jeffrey Zeigler’s home surveillance camera that spotlighted Michigan’s self-defense laws. The video shows the incident from April 2018. Brennan Walker – a 14-year-old from Rochester Hills, Michigan – knocked at Zeigler’s door. Then he ran

Juvenile Charged With Assault: Charges, Penalties, and Defense

If you are the concerned parent of a juvenile who finds him or herself in trouble with the law, it can be a scary and stressful situation. What was once considered a normal part of growing up for kids and

Vulnerable Adult Abuse Charges, Penalties, and Defense

Vulnerable adult abuse charges are a serious offense in Michigan. This type of abuse is often talked about and written about as “Elder Abuse.” We often hear about senior citizens being abused or neglected by caretakers.

Charged with Reckless Driving: Michigan Law, Penalties, and Defense

Every time we get a big snowstorm in Michigan, there are appear to be cars the ditches at the side of the road. On the highways, drivers with four-wheel drive commonly don’t slow down at all in snowy conditions or

Exculpatory Evidence: The Truth About The Prosecution’s Case Against You

Did you know that the state is required by law to give your defense attorney any evidence that was collected that points away from your guilt when they have made a case against you? This is called exculpatory evidence or

Felony Concealment of Death in Michigan

David Hall, 49, of Monroe, Michigan, may not have known what he was doing was a crime. You may not know it was a crime either. This is because for most people it would be too gruesome to think about

Driving Under the Influence of Prescription Drugs: Charges & Penalties

Image this scenario: You overhear the man in front of you talking to the pharmacist about his pain medications. He isn’t trying to lower his voice, and you can’t help but hear him. He asks about the new narcotic he

First Degree Child Abuse in Michigan: What You Need to Know

It’s the kind of story you cringe to hear about or read in the news. A baby was taken to the hospital with a broken leg. A boyfriend is now facing criminal charges for child abuse.