Blog Posts in 2015

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  • How to fight a DUI chemical or breath test refusal and keep your license from being suspended
    How to fight a DUI chemical or breath test refusal and keep your license from being suspended

    HOW TO FIGHT A CHEMICAL TEST REFUSAL AND KEEP YOUR LICENSE FROM BEING SUSPENDED The penalty for refusing a breath alcohol test is harsh: a one year license suspension with no guarantee for a ...

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  • Ways to avoid a Retail Fraud or Theft Conviction in Michigan
    Ways to avoid a Retail Fraud or Theft Conviction in Michigan

    A conviction for retail fraud, i.e. theft, is just like any other criminal conviction: you will have a criminal record that may follow you for the rest of your life. When you apply for a job, the ...

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  • Michigan Loss Prevention Officers: What They Can and Can’t Do
    Michigan Loss Prevention Officers: What They Can and Can’t Do

    Can a Loss Prevention Officer Interrogate or Hold a Suspect Against Their Will? When a person is suspected of retail fraud there will likely be an encounter with the store’s security personnel. These ...

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  • Retail Fraud: Self-Scanners and Advancing Security
    Retail Fraud: Self-Scanners and Advancing Security

    How many times have you gone through the self-scan checkout lane at the grocery store and had difficulty with the machine? Using a self-scanner? Anybody who has used one of these machines knows how ...

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  • Retail Fraud Kleptomania Defense: How Did This Happen and Why Did I Shoplift?
    Retail Fraud Kleptomania Defense: How Did This Happen and Why Did I Shoplift?

    Michigan Retail Fraud Lawyers Many of our clients are employed, productive members of society, with no criminal record and strong support systems. When a new client visits our office and describes the ...

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  • Prescribed Medications And What It Means To Your MI License Restoration Hearing
    Prescribed Medications And What It Means To Your MI License Restoration Hearing

    To win back your driving privileges, proving to the Michigan Secretary of State hearing officers that your alcohol problem is under control and likely to remain under control is imperative. But ...

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