What is Michigan Larceny? Michigan larceny can loosely be defined as the taking of something (property) from another. The State of Michigan makes this particular area of law somewhat complex because of the various acts and property that can be involved in a Michigan larceny. Furthermore, there are numerous variations of punishment based upon the circumstances of…

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OWI While Car Not Running – Can You Be Charged? An interesting and substantive question that arises when a police arrive to the scene of a suspected drunk driving, yet the officer discovers that the individual may have not actually been driving the vehicle. Instead, the vehicle is parked, the engine is turned off, and the…

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WHAT IS MICHIGAN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OR ASSAULT? Assaultive crimes can come in various forms and degrees, meaning that one act can encapsulate numerous assaultive crimes. Within this umbrella of assaultive crimes lies the crime known as Michigan domestic violence  or assault and applies when a person is in a dating relationship with the individual assaulter. Michigan Domestic Violence…

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Michigan Reckless Driving Law – What Exactly Is It? An individual can be and will be convicted Michigan Reckless Driving law an individual will have a misdemeanor on his or her criminal and driving record. Michigan Reckless Driving law states that a person shall not drive their motor vehicle with a wanton or willful disregard for the safety of…

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Transporting Usable Marijuana  Here in the State of Michigan Medical Marihuana patients and caregivers transporting usable marijuana are required to do so in a certain way. First, an individual must ensure that they are transporting usable marijuana inside a case and it is located inside the trunk. MCL § 750.474 specially states that “[a] person shall not [be transporting usable marijuana] . ….

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Michigan Drunk Driving [DUI/OWI] – Quick Overview Michigan Drunk Driving Law provides that if you operate a motor vehicle in the State of Michigan with a blood alcohol level at .08 or above, you can be charged with Operating While Intoxicated (OWI). See MCL 257.625. This offense is classified as a 93 day Misdemeanor, 6…

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