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Juveniles Charged as Adults in Michigan

By standard definition, a juvenile is any person that is under the age of 18. However, when it comes to the law, sometimes minor individuals can

Texting and Driving Laws in Michigan

Texting and driving are two words that should never go together. However, we all see it on a fairly regularly basis—a driver weaving in and out of

What You Need to Know about the Michigan Medical Marijuana Law

The state of Michigan passed a medical marijuana act, which allows residents to use cannabis for certain medicinal purposes.  While such a law is

In A Nutshell: Michigan Personal Injury Law

Personal injury can be a complex area of law in the state of Michigan. There are a number of limitations and specific rules that can greatly impact


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