Blog Posts in 2013

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  • Possession of a Firearm, Pistol or Taser Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs
    Possession of a Firearm, Pistol or Taser Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs

    A permit and license to carrying a concealed weapon is a privilege that many citizens of Michigan have received and valued. Many believe it should be a right to carry a concealed pistol similar to the ...

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  • Three Phases Of An OWI Arrest And How To Create Reasonable Doubt
    Three Phases Of An OWI Arrest And How To Create Reasonable Doubt

    There are three phases of an OWI arrest, so why does the prosecution want to spend the most time on phase three – the standardized field sobriety tests? I’ll tell you why, it’s because the first two ...

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  • What Every Teenage Drinker Needs to know about MIP alcohol cases
    What Every Teenage Drinker Needs to know about MIP alcohol cases

    Did you know that police almost universally believe that a young person in high school or college out at night has been or is about to drink alcohol? This often unfair presumption makes young adults ...

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  • Why We Cannot Trust Blood Alcohol and Drug Testing at the State Lab?
    Why We Cannot Trust Blood Alcohol and Drug Testing at the State Lab?

    Very little is publicly known about the procedures, methods and personnel of blood alcohol testing. Considering the potentially profound impact it has on an accused drunk driver’s life blood alcohol ...

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  •  769.4a Diversion: Domestic Violence Case Off Your Record
    769.4a Diversion: Domestic Violence Case Off Your Record

    Keep a Domestic Violence Case off Your Record with 769.4a Diversion An unlawful touching upon a spouse, former spouse, person with whom you have a child in common, or person residing in the same ...

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  • Choosing the Best DUI OWI Drunk Driving Attorney
    Choosing the Best DUI OWI Drunk Driving Attorney

    A drinking and driving charge is overwhelming. It is difficult to understand the process and what to do next. The best advice is to retain a qualified attorney about how to proceed. But, the problem ...

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