Josh Jones

Josh Jones is an experienced and professional Michigan Criminal Defense attorney presenting Metro Detroit, Genesee County, Livingston County, Lapeer County, and others throughout the State of Michigan. He is available 7-days a week and handles all felonies, misdemeanors, probation violations, traffic tickets, and drivers license restoration. Josh is only a phone call away and is here to help when you are involved with the criminal justice system.

Michigan Recreational Marijuana In the Home

Michigan recreational marijuana law is in full bloom, which means homeowners or residents are now allowed to possess, use and cultivate marijuana within those homes. But what are the guidelines for such possession, use and cultivation? This is an interesting because of the various ownership rights involved with someone’s home. If an individual owns the home then there is no …

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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. Unlawful driving away carries a …

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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Why Are They Needed?

Why Do I Need A Michigan Criminal Lawyer? Michigan criminal lawyers can be essential to your case for numerous reasons and circumstances. The most important aspect that a Michigan criminal lawyer can offer a criminal defendant is the understanding of the ins and outs of the individual matter. Criminal lawyers will have the specialized understanding of the criminal court, process …

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Michigan Recreational Marijuana Law Outlined by Josh Jones, Esq

Michigan Recreational Marijuana Law Generally speaking, Michigan Residents 21 and over will be allowed to possess, consume, sell, and grow or cultivate marijuana here in the State of Michigan. However, there will be some limitations on some of these activities. The sale of marijuana will be limited to those possessing a proper license. These will be provided through the State …

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Canada Legalized Marijuana – How It Impacts Michigan Residents

Canada Legalized Marijuana – Effects On Michigan Michigan residents may have noticed that Canada legalized marijuana in Oct. 2018 throughout its country. The various laws and regulations will vary from area to area. It is advisable to consult with a Canadian lawyer if there are specific questions or issues that arise with the substance while within their country. Therefore, it …

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Michigan Responsibility Fees Eliminated – Oct. 1, 2018

Oct. 1, 2018 Begins the Elimination of Michigan Responsibility Fees For many years, drivers have had to deal with Michigan Responsibility Fees when being a resident of this state. However, as of Oct. 1, 2018, the accumulation of Michigan Responsibility fees by the state’s residents have been eliminated. What this means for individual Michigan drivers is that if your driver’s …

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People v Mansour – Usable Marihuana Again Limited

Usable Marihuana Definition Again Limited In People v Mansour In the summer of 2018, the Court of Appeal issued an opinion in People v Mansour, that limited the definition of usable marihuana here in Michigan for medical marijuana patients and caregivers. The court looked at a case where the individual was growing marihuana and drying marihuana when the police executed …

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Criminal Sentencing In Michigan Outlined & Explained

Michigan Criminal Sentencing Explained Here in the State of Michigan, many criminal sentencing hearings will be based upon the type of criminal charge and the jurisdiction where the sentencing will occur. Whether the criminal charge is a misdemeanor or felony will be the heaviest weighing factor for a criminal sentencing. The reason for this is due the statutory limitation set …

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Drug & Alcohol Testing While On Bond Or Probation

Outline Drug & Alcohol Testing While On Bond/Probation An individual will see drug & alcohol testing involved in their criminal matter during probation or while on bond. When an individual is charged with a criminal misdemeanor or felony, they are originally placed on bond. When on bond, an individual will have certain conditions and requirements that they must follow in …

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Driving While License Suspended, Denied or Revoked – Michigan DWLS – MCL 257.904

Michigan DWLS Explained & Outlined If you are found driving on a suspended, denied or revoked drivers license, you may find yourself in a position where you are issued a Michigan DWLS ticket. This type of ticket is a criminal misdemeanor, generally carrying a possible maximum punishment of 93-days in jail, plus a possible fine, costs and probation. See MCL …

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