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April 2017 Archives

What is the Michigan Sex Offender Registry?

When a person is convicted of committing certain sex crimes, they may be required to register their address with the state of Michigan. That registry is a database and is searchable by others, who can find out if convicted sex offenders are living within their neighborhoods and communities. Depending on the crime, if the individual is convicted, their name and address may remain on the registry for a period of 15 years, 25 years or the rest of their life.

Understanding Michigan's murder statute

The law recognizes different types of murder and upon conviction, punish them in different ways. This post will generally discuss first degree murder and second degree murder, under the state's statutes. Readers who require specific information about homicide or murder charges, currently pending in Michigan, should speak with criminal defense attorneys about their cases and options.

What kinds of penalties can I face for drunk driving?

Many factors can influence the way a person is punished by the court system if they are convicted of a drunk driving crime in Michigan. Particularly, if the individual has prior convictions for drunk driving and the level of their blood alcohol concentration can affect how severely they are punished.

Drunk driving charges in Michigan

Law enforcement officials are always on the lookout for individuals who they believe are driving while intoxicated. When a person is suspected of driving with alcohol or drugs in their system, the stopping officer generally must find evidence of intoxication to make a drunk or drugged driving arrest. Across the state, there are a variety of impaired driving laws that law enforcement officers may employ to make arrests in cases of suspected drunk driving.

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