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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

MCL 750.413 & .414 – Unlawful Use Driving Away – Motor Vehicle Explained

Unlawful Use Driving Away – Motor Vehicle (MCL ? 750.413, 750.414) Here in Michigan Unlawful Use Driving Away of a Motor Vehicle is handled by two separate statutes that provide different maximum punishments under statute or law. Unlawful use is the lesser of the two evils, providing for a possible maximum 2 years in jail. …

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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

Resisting Obstructing Assaulting Officer – Michigan Statute Explained

Resisting Obstructing Assaulting Officer – A Minor Act With Huge Consequences A very common crime that is charged when an individual is arrested is resisting obstructing assaulting officer. The one issue involved with resisting obstructing assaulting officer is that in order to be convicted very little action is needed. MCL ? 750.479 (resisting obstructing assaulting officer) reads as …

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