Roadside Drug Testing

Roadside Drug Testing: In 2016, Governor Snyder signed the Barbara J. and Thomas J. Swift Law.  This new law stems from a fatal car accident that occurred on Mar 20, 2013 in Escanaba.  A man, driving a logging truck, ran a red light and crashed into Thomas and Barbara Swift’s car.  Thomas was killed instantly […]

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Michigan Speed Limit Increases

Michigan Speed Limit Increases: Increased Speed Limit Legislation Michigan lawmakers have enacted legislation that allows for motorists to increase their speed on many of the state’s roadways. Public Act 445, passed in late 2016, charged the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Michigan State Police (MSP) with increasing speed limits on certain state roadways based […]

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Sued by Portfolio Recovery Associates in Michigan?

Portfolio Recovery Associates Lawsuits: Have you been sued by Portfolio Recovery Associates in Michigan ?  Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC is a buyer of charged off debt. Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC may be showing up on your credit report or they may have served you with a lawsuit, they files thousands of collection lawsuits each year against consumers. […]

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Midland Funding Michigan Attorney

U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of debt collectors. On May 15, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States issued their decision in Midland Funding, LLC v. Johnson. Background: Respondent Johnson filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in 2014.  Petitioner Midland Funding filed a “proof of claim” asserting that Johnson owed Midland Funding $1,879.71 in […]

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New Michigan Gun Law

Michigan could soon have new gun laws: The residents of Michigan could soon be able to carry a concealed pistol without a permit or completing any gun safety training. On May 30, 2017, the Michigan House Panel approved, in a 6-4 vote, a package that would basically get rid of the concealed weapons law.  The […]

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Michigan’s New MIP Law

Michigan’s New MIP Law to take effect in 2018: Governor Snyder signed Michigan’s New MIP Law in 2016, it will reduce penalties for minors who purchase, consume, or are in possession of alcohol.  Starting January 1, 2018, first time offenders of the Minor in Possession (MIP) law will be guilty of a civil infraction instead of a […]

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Tailgating Misdemeanor Tickets

College Football Season: Tailgating Misdemeanor Tickets The college football season has started and with that students are being ticketed while tailgating.  Whether you’re studying at Wayne State University, Michigan State University, the University of Michigan or another Michigan college, these tickets are very common but they should be taken seriously.  Even a single conviction on […]

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Troy Michigan Same Sex Divorce Attorney

Looking for a Troy Michigan Same Sex Divorce Attorney? We can help. Has the State of Michigan made it difficult for you to obtain a divorce?  Previously it was difficult to obtain a same sex divorce in this state.  This was because couples would generally marry in another state and move back to Michigan.  However, […]

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People v Rea: Drunk Driving Updates with Troy Michigan Expert DUI Attorneys

People v Rea: Drunk Driving Updates with Troy Michigan Expert DUI Attorneys Recently the Michigan Court of Appeals heard a case involving an individual charged with operating while intoxicated after he drove drunk on his driveway.   In People v Gino Robert Rea, the court determined that the charges of operating while intoxicated pursuant to MCL […]

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Michigan National Collegiate Student Loan Trust lawsuits

Do you need an attorney to help with a Michigan National Collegiate Student Loan Trust lawsuits? We can Help. Are you being sued by National Collegiate Trust or Shermeta law group of Rochester / Troy Michigan for past due student loans? If so, you are not alone. Michigan National Collegiate Student Loan Trust lawsuits have […]

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