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How Domestic Violence Could Affect Your Criminal Sentence

When an argument with a spouse, former partner, or someone you were in an intimate relationship with gets out of hand, the situation can quickly go from bad to worse.

Second Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan: What You Need to Know

Second degree criminal sexual conduct in Michigan is a very serious charge or offense. CSC 2nd Degree carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

Fourth Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan: Everything You Need to Know

In Michigan, no sex crime is minor. Every sex related crime including fourth degree criminal sexual conduct carries very stiff penalties ranging from entering the sex offender registry to jail term.

Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct In Michigan: What You Need To Know

Yes, sex is good. In fact, it is part of what makes us human. But then, inordinate sexual desires or violent manifestation of such is bad and illegal.

Lifetime Electronic Monitoring in Michigan: All You Need To Know

Michigan’s electronic monitoring system is meant to provide community supervision staff with additional tools to more intensely supervise offenders.

3 Times You Should Call a Criminal Defense Attorney

Being charged with a crime means facing a team of professional investigators and prosecutors whose only jobs are to collect evidence and build a case against you.

What Is Criminal Defense Law?

Running afoul of the law can have serious consequences, including job loss, a damaged reputation, court fees and fines, and time in jail or prison. If you’ve been accused of a crime, you’ll want a criminal defense lawyer to represent you and protect your rights.

"Ban the Box" Law Prohibits Criminal History Requests on Employment Applications

Some Vermont employers and employees still unclear on effect of Vermont "Ban the Box" statute, which generally prohibits employers from asking about criminal history on the initial employment application.

Did you know?… A conviction for DUI could make it illegal for you to drink

Did you know?… A conviction for DUI could make it illegal for you to drink

TN Legislature Considering Bill to Allow Alcohol Sales 7 Days a Week

TN Legislature Considering Bill to Allow Alcohol Sales 7 Days a Week

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