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Category: Misdemeanor Charges

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

Gavel and Michigan criminal defense attorney, David J. Kramer

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

Trespassing in Michigan: What You Need to Know

Michigan criminal attorney, David J. Kramer

What counts as trespassing in Michigan? How do you know when being on someone else’s land is illegal and will get you into trouble and when it’s okay? How can you safely engage in acts of protest without the fear

Vandalism: Charges, Penalties & Defense

Michigan criminal attorney, David J. Kramer

Vandalism is a serious charge and the consequences if convicted are stiff.

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?

Receipt of Stolen Property: Charges, Penalties & Defense

Did you know you can be charged with theft even if you didn’t steal something yourself? If you knowingly purchase, obtain or receive any property you know or should know is stolen and you intend to keep it, you are