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MIP Basics: What every Minor and Parent Should Know

In Michigan, it is a juvenile criminal offense for a person under the age of 21 to drink alcohol. It is also a crime for minors to consume or a have

Shoplifting has Consequences Under Michigan Law

Shoplifting, or retail fraud, is a serious criminal charge in Michigan that could land you in jail if you are convicted. A conviction for a theft

Comparative Fault in Michigan

When a person is injured by another’s negligence, he or she may recover damages in a personal injury suit. But fault in an accident is not always

Michigan’s Mini-Tort Law

Getting in a car accident can result in expensive property damage, but often, a driver’s insurance policy does not cover the entire cost of


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