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Reckless and Careless Driving

LAS - Reckless and Careless Driving

Driving carelessly or recklessly puts you and other drivers in dangers. It can result in harm to yourself, another, or to property. Due to these dangers, Michigan punishes such driving through fines and possible jail time. In Michigan, a careless driving charge is a three (3) point offense and a civil infraction punishable by a […]

Possession of MDMA/Ecstasy

LAS - Possession of MDMA/Ecstasy

If you are convicted of possession of MDMA in Michigan, you may face severe penalties, including imprisonment and steep fines. MDMA is classified as a Schedule 1 drug in Michigan due to its dangerous and highly addictive nature. Two of the most common forms of MDMA are known as ecstasy and molly. Both may be […]

Malicious Destruction of Property

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An individual who purposefully damages or destroys the personal property of another can be charged with the crime of Willful and Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP) under MCL 750.377a or 750.380. A conviction under these statutes requires a showing of intent to cause injury to the property. It does not require the intent to harm […]

Larceny in a Building

Larceny in a Building LAS Law

Michigan defines “larceny” as stealing property that belongs to another. The Michigan Penal Code contains several theft and larceny offenses. For example, under MCL 750.356, an individual can be charged with either a misdemeanor or a felony if they commit a larceny, depending on the value of the property stolen. If the individual steals the […]

Driving with a Suspended, Revoked, or Denied License

las law -Driving with a Suspended, Revoked, or Denied License

Driving is imperative to everyday life, from going to work and getting the groceries. Losing your license will greatly impact your routine and ability to perform these everyday tasks. In Michigan, your license may be suspended, revoked, or denied for many different reasons such as operating while intoxicated (OWI), accumulating too many driving record points, […]

Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle

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Failing to yield to an emergency vehicle with its lights flashing is an offense in Michigan that can be charged as a civil infraction or a misdemeanor, under either MCL 257.653 or MCL 257.653a. Under Michigan law, drivers are required to yield the right of way or pull over when an emergency vehicle is attempting […]

Retail Fraud

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Retail fraud, better known as shoplifting, is a serious crime in the state of Michigan and can have lasting effects on a person’s future. For example, people convicted of retail fraud might have to disclose this conviction, regardless of degree, on an employment application or a background check. An individual can be charged with retail […]

Leaving the Scene of the Accident

Leaving the Scene of the Accident

Automobile accidents happen every day. In Michigan, leaving the scene of the accident, or failing to give identification at the scene of the accident, is a crime punishable by jail time and fines, regardless of whether you are at fault. As a 6-point traffic violation, leaving the scene of an accident can also significantly raise […]