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Category: Misdemeanor Charges

Stealing Political Yard Signs: Charges, Penalties & Defense

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Did you know that stealing political yard signs could result in a misdemeanor conviction?

Swatting: A Dangerous Game With Harsh Consequences

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Have you ever heard the term swatting? It doesn’t sound like a very serious occupation until you learn that it refers to a police SWAT team. Swatting is the dangerous and illegal practice of making a false emergency call to

Sexually Delinquent Person and Prison for Life: What You Need to Know

Did you know there’s another sex offender label in the state of Michigan? Being labeled a sex offender and made to enter your name on the sex offender registry is terrible enough. In certain situations can also get you hit

Poaching in Michigan: Crimes, Penalties & Defense

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Poaching in Michigan is a serious offense in Michigan with serious penalties if convicted.

Defiant Reopening in Michigan Leads to Preliminary Injunction

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Will defying a preliminary injunction lead to jail?

Michigan’s New Extended Lockdown Guidelines – What You Need to Know

Have you or has a loved one been arrested during Michigan’s stay-at-home lockdown?

How to Beat a Bad Check Charge in Michigan

Have you ever thought there was more money in your bank account then there was? Are you facing a bad check charge? What is a Bad Check?

Stalking in Michigan: Charges, Penalties & Defense

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Are you or is someone you love being investigated for stalking in Michigan?

Ecstasy Possession in Michigan: Charges, Penalties & Defense

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

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.