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Cobbs Evaluations in Misdemeanor and Felony Sentencing in Michigan

Jun 11th, 2019 PBarone

If you are facing a possible conviction on a misdemeanor or felony in Michigan, then you are undoubtedly wondering what the likely sentence will be for a misdemeanor or felony. Michigan judges operate on the theory of “individualized sentencing” meaning that each...

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What to Expect in the 52-1 District Court Novi Michigan

May 24th, 2019 PBarone

52-1 District Court in Novi Michigan has jurisdiction over many kinds of criminal cases, including drunk driving. The three judges at the Novi Court preside over a very large geographical area with a corresponding large population of approximately 175,000 people. If you...

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What to Expect in the 48th District Court Bloomfield Hills Michigan

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If you were arrested for a misdemeanor or felony, including drunk driving, within the cities of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Keego Harbor, Sylvan Lake, Orchard Lake and the Townships of Bloomfield and West Bloomfield, then your case will be handled in the 48th...

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What to Expect in the 52-4 District Court Troy Michigan

May 20th, 2019 PBarone

If you were arrested for any kind of crime in either Troy or Clawson, including drunk driving, then your case will be handled in the 52-4 Judicial District Court, located in Troy Michigan, on Big Beaver Road, near the I-75 overpass. For...

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What to Expect in the 52-3 District Court in Rochester Michigan

May 24th, 2019 PBarone

If you’ve been arrested for drunk driving, or any other crime in the cities of Rochester and Rochester Hills, then your case will take place in the 52-3 District Court in Rochester Michigan. The Rochester District Court also serves the communities of...

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Commission Recommends No Legal Limit for Marijuana in Michigan

Apr 3rd, 2019 PBarone

The Impaired Driving Safety Commission (IDSC) has recently recommended that Michigan lawmakers take no action toward the creation of a legal limit for marijuana.  In summary, the Commission believes that the science does not support a one size fits all legal limit...

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Must a Licensed Health Care Worker Report a DUI to LARA?

Jan 25th, 2019 PBarone

Yes, Michigan law requires all licensed health care workers to self-report all criminal convictions to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). This reporting requirement includes all intoxicated driving offenses.  Additionally, Michigan law provides that clerks of the court must also...

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Supreme Court to Rule: Can Unconscious Driver Consent to Blood Draw?

Jan 24th, 2019 PBarone

On January 11th the United States Supreme Court indicated that they would hear a case arising out of the state of Wisconsin involving the constitutionality of a warrantless blood draw from an unconscious person. The name of the case is Mitchell v....

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How to Prepare for a Michigan Driver License Restoration Appeal Hearing

Jan 4th, 2019 PBarone

The minimum requirements for a driver license restoration appeal hearing is a substance use evaluation and a completed request for a hearing.  These documents will be sent to the Michigan Department of State Office of Hearings and Oversight.  Their address is: P.O....

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What are the Requirements for a Michigan Driver License Restoration?

Dec 29th, 2018 PBarone

If your license has been suspended or revoked in Michigan then you will not be able to drive legally again until you take certain steps to restore your driving privileges. The necessary steps depend on the nature of your suspension or revocation....

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