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September 2015 Archives

Fraudulently trying to obtain prescriptions for Michigan drugs


Advances in medicine have revolutionized the way Michiganders treat illnesses and diseases. Amongst the areas that have seen significant improvements is medication. Nowadays, a simple pill can ease or eliminate severe symptoms of a more serious condition or kill excruciating pain. However, perhaps because of these medications' effectiveness, many find themselves turning to these drugs, even when they have not been validly prescribed. This, in turn, has shifted law enforcement focus towards those who try either to obtain these drugs, either without a valid prescription or fraudulently obtain a prescription.

We vigorously challenge Michigan drunk driving allegations


Last week on this blog, we posted about breathalyzer tests, and how they may not always be accurate. This is significant, as law enforcement often relies on these tests to obtain convictions for drunk driving. Unfortunately, far too many individuals who are accused of drunk driving never challenge the breathalyzer test results. This is a big mistake that could be costly in more ways than one.

Are Michigan breathalyzer test readings always accurate?


For many Michiganders, there are times in their lives when they unintentionally brush up against the law. One of the more common criminal offenses faced by those in Kalamazoo is drunk driving. An individual may have a few drinks with friends or family and feel fine to drive. Yet, when they are pulled over by police and given a breathalyzer test, law enforcement may tell them differently. Based on the breathalyzer's reading, police may place a driver under arrest, kicking off a long and damaging legal matter.

Sex crime charges levied against Michigan Public Safety Officer


Readers of this blog are well aware that those who are accused of a crime are innocent in the eyes of the law until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. While this is certainly a basic piece of the foundation on which our society rests, it does not seem to apply in some instances. In particular, sex crime accusations are treated harshly. Michiganders facing such allegations may find themselves facing judgment in the court of public opinion before ever stepping into a court of law.

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