Monthly Archives: May 2015

DUI Charges: NOT How You Want to End School Year

School’s almost out! Prom is just around the corner, and summer is stretched before you like a veritable buffet of delights. And you want to enjoy it, not spend it in jail, or doing required community service, or without the

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Muskegon Police Drunk Driving Scandal

Stories about police officers being arrested for crimes are often considered to be scandalous simply because the accused is a cop. But in this particular instance the ensuing scandal includes more than just the arrested officer. According to the press

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Michigan DUI Crackdown a Success

Police Share Results For the person who drives home after a few too many beers at the bar, “success” is making it home without getting pulled over, and without wreaking any havoc along the way. But for the myriad police

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Judge J. Cedric Simpson Accused of Acting Improperly

Judges Judging Judges:┬áMichigan Judicial Tenure Commission Most judges judge the actions and choices of civilians. Every now and again one of them will be required to judge an attorney or a police officer – a member of the law enforcement

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Milford Man Arrested for 3rd DUI

Drunk, Bloodied, and Charged With 3rd DUI Usually when a police officer notices a car slowing down and speeding up and slipping in and out of their lane at 3 in the morning, they assume that the driver is inebriated.

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Murder Charge for Pontiac Drunk Driver

Child’s Death Results in Murder Charge Very few people, when having a few drinks before they drive off into the sunset, think about the possible consequences of their choices. 24-year-old Ieshia Barnes from Pontiac certainly didn’t. After all, if she

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DUI pardons: a how to guide for beginners

There was much public uproar, fed by a scandalized media, after it was discovered that in December of last year, Governor Snyder extended a rare DUI pardon. The beneficiary of this rather unusual generosity was none other than Alan Gocha

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No Contest Plea for DUI Causing Death

In the Kent County Circuit Court, Michelle Carmelita Lerma appeared recently before Judge Mark Trusock where she pled no contest to a single count of operating while intoxicated causing death. In return, the prosecution agreed to drop a single charge

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