Michigan Criminal Bonds Explained & Outlined Here in the State of Michigan criminal bonds are a necessary and vital component of the criminal process. Michigan criminal bonds will originally occur at the beginning of the criminal process. The criminal arraignment is the first opportunity for an individual and the court to determine and set a…

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Medical Marijuana Dispensary And Edible Bills In Michigan Explained In Sept. of 2016, Gov. Snyder signed into law new Michigan Medical Marijuana dispensary and edible bills that will change the current landscape of how medical marijuana patents and caregivers obtain medical marijuana. This is changing the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA) here in the State of…

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Dismissing Criminal Charges: Easy or Difficult? Here in the State of Michigan dismissing criminal charges can sometimes be a confusing topic to discuss among the public. The reasons that dismissing criminal charges is so confusing is because of the blogs, posts, and other social media forms of communication. The reasoning for social media confusing the…

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Michigan Criminal Arraignments Outlined & Explained Whenever there are criminal charges issued against an individual a Michigan criminal arraignment is almost always required. Michigan criminal arraignments vary depending upon the criminal charge issued against the particular individual. Michigan criminal arraignments will depend upon whether the criminal charge issued is a criminal misdemeanor or a criminal…

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Marijuana Clones Are Plants As Explained By Michigan Court Of Appeals The Michigan Court of Appeals explained in August 2016, that marijuana clones are plants for purposes of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA) when the marijuana clone has a readily identifiable root system. In People v Ventura, the Court of Appeals had to deal…

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Distributing Sexually Explicit Material Of Another Here in the State of Michigan, it is now a criminal misdemeanor is an individual if found to be distributing sexually explicit material of another. In  2016, Michigan modified the criminal code by adding in a misdemeanor offense of anyone distributing sexually explicit material of another. In fact, distributing…

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People v Simmons – Outlines Temporary License Plates In People v Simmons, the Michigan Court of Appeals outlines the downfall of having a temporary license plate on an individual’s motor vehicle here in the State of Michigan. The reason that this opinion on temporary license plates has such a big impact on individual’s is because the…

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U.S. Supreme Court Opinion Breakdown – Utah v Strieff The U.S. Supreme Court in Utah v Strieff upset many individuals with its opinion because the court essentially allowed for illegally obtained evidence to be used to convict an individual due to the attenuation doctrine. The issue before the Court, in Utah v Strieff, was based upon…

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Restoring Your Privilege To Drive: Michigan License Restoration Michigan license restoration begins and ends with obtaining the correct and appropriate documentation, proof, and advocating in order to obtain your privilege to once again drive a motor vehicle. This is why Michigan license restoration requires determining first why your license has been suspended, denied or revoked….

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Reporting Systems: Criminal Background Checks, Driving Records, and More A criminal background check is one of the most common and popular public means of obtaining someone’s criminal history or record. However, did you know there are various ways to perform criminal background checks on individuals? Moreover, did you know that there is centralized agency that…

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