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November 2016 Archives

Fighting for those accused of sex crimes in Michigan


Being accused of any crime can should cause you concern. After all, the threat of conviction may force you to think about the potential penalties, which may include prison and fines. Allegations of sex crimes can take an even larger toll. As we discussed in last week's post, an individual convicted of a sex crime in Michigan will have to register with the sex offender registry, and this can drastically affect just about every aspect of his or her life.

Sex crime convictions can have long-term effects in Michigan


Individuals who have been charged with a crime often fear the potential sentence they face if convicted. A sentence may include prison, fines, and restitution. But other consequences of a conviction can reach much further and cause lifelong problems. A felony conviction in Michigan can leave an individual with a criminal record that can cause many difficulties in their personal and professional lives, and these matters should be taken into consideration when developing a legal strategy.

A felon who possesses a gun can be charged with a crime


There are many Michigan residents who own guns. This right is cherished by many, and respected by the law. But, those who have been convicted on a crime may find themselves in hot water again if they fail to pay attention to the gun laws as they relate to those who are convicted of crimes. This, in turn, could result in more criminal charges, as well as the potential for significant penalties, which could include prison and fines.

The various marijuana crimes in Michigan


Some Michigan residents may find themselves breathing a sigh of relief to hear that the country seems to be moving toward a trend of decriminalizing marijuana use and possession. While the law may be trending this way, it is still critical for Michigan residents to realize that marijuana possession, sale and trafficking is still illegal. Although medical marijuana is legal, those who break these and other drug laws pertaining to marijuana can face pretty tough penalties that can drastically impact their future.

Creepy clown social media post leads to criminal charges


It seems quite frequently there are reports of Michigan residents who attempt to make a joke and wind up facing criminal charges. The experience can be frightening and lead to some very serious penalties that carry long-lasting consequences. When Michigan residents face allegations on criminal activity, they need to carefully consider what legal steps they can take to protect themselves.

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