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Legislative Watch: Return 17-Year-Olds to Juvenile Court

Why children should stay i juvenile court.

PRELIMINARY HEARINGS IN MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT COURTS AND PHILADELPHIA MUNICIPAL COURT

What is a preliminary hearing? What can I expect at a preliminary hearing? Who will testify at a preliminary hearing?

WHEN IS POLICE FORCE CONSIDERED EXCESSIVE?

Your rights under the United States Constitution do not vanish when you are arrested or charged with a crime. Specifically, the Fourth and Fifth Amendments to the federal Constitution guarantee your rights to be free of unlawful searches and seizures and not to be forced to incriminate yourself.

CAN YOU RETAIN AN ATTORNEY BEFORE YOU ARE INDICTED OR CHARGED?

There is a common misconception that you don’t need to hire an attorney until you are indicted or charged with a crime. While it may not be absolutely necessary, hiring an attorney before you are charged has a lot of advantages and perhaps help you avoid being charged with a crime altogether.

Michigan Sex Offender Registry Tiers

The Michigan Sex Offender Registry divides each and every convicted offenders into three different levels or categories.

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Accosting A Minor For Immoral Purpose in Michigan

Accosting, enticing or soliciting a child for immoral purpose is a felony criminal offense in Michigan. The Michigan Penal Code 750.145a defines the crime and penalties of accosting, enticing, or soliciting a child for sexual activity or other immoral purposes.

DUI Defenses Under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act

A review of the case law surrounding DUI and the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act.

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Public Urination in Michigan

Public Urination in Michigan – Is It A Sex Crime?

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