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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What To Do With An Outstanding Warrant In Michigan In Michigan, and other states, when an individual has an outstanding warrant for a misdemeanor or felony, he or she will need to satisfy or turn themselves in on the outstanding warrant. Outstanding warrants can involve both Michigan misdemeanors and felonies, depending upon the circumstances and charges…

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Michigan Common Criminal Law Questions The following Common Criminal law QUESTIONS and ANSWERS will provide you with an insight into some of the most common criminal terms and procedures used within the Michigan Criminal Justice System. Knowing the law and the answers to these common criminal law questions can and will help protect your rights…

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Michigan Disturbing The Peace MCL 750.170 Disturbing the Peace MCL 750.170 is an actual crime here in the State of Michigan, which covers a large array of acts that could potentially land someone with a criminal misdemeanor on his or her record. Generally, Disturbing the Peace MCL 750.170 falls under local ordinances rather than under…

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Michigan Statutory Rape In A Nutshell – A Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) Crime The Michigan Statutory Rape law is a serious matter that should always be handled by an effective criminal attorney. Generally, a  sexual act can be very gratifying, but it can also be traumatic, especially when the climax of the situation brings about…

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THE MICHIGAN CRIMINAL PROCESS THE ARREST The Michigan criminal process begins with the arrest, generally. In order to properly arrest, the police must have probable cause that a crime was committed. Probable cause is reasonable belief that you (the defendant) committed a crime. Warrants are not required in order to arrest individuals, yet they are…

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Guilty Plea Consequences – What Are They? If you plead guilty or no contest, you give up your right to claim that it was not your choice to plead and/or that there were any promises, threats, or inducements to plead other than what is stated on the record in open court. Meaning you are waiving your right…

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