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Would Lower BAC Limits Help Reduce Alcohol-Related Deaths? (Part 2)

  Hello and thanks for joining us again for this discussion on lowering BAC limits and the effect it could have on alcohol related deaths. In our previous article we looked at the National Transportation Safety Board‘s (NTSB) suggestion that

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Would Lower BAC Limits Help Reduce Alcohol-Related Deaths? (Part 1)

  More than 10,000 people die every year in alcohol related car crashes. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), this number accounts for almost one-third of all traffic-related deaths in the United States. All in all, it’s a

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Canadian Travel for Michigan Residents – How Your DUI Affects You

  Slipping across the border to the ‘great white north’ is a pretty common vacation choice for those of us living in Michigan. Whether it’s to sightsee, visit relatives, or simply purchase items not available in the US (Dunkaroos and

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New Bill to Phase Out Michigan’s Driver Responsibility Fees

  In 2002, the state of Michigan signed into law a policy aimed at penalizing drivers who repeatedly violate traffic safety laws. Driver responsibility fees, they were dubbed, and they range from $100 all the way up to $2,000. Since

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Stephanie proved to be superbly professional in her demeanor, but in telephone and email correspondence she demonstrated a very real sense of personal commitment. I retained her for a family member's case; I live out of state and I needed someone to advocate the family's concern to our loved one, but to also fill the role of advocate for the defendant. She exceeded my expectations in every way. I very much appreciate and respect her knowledge of the law but also her ability to interject the "story" behind the alcohol/drug offense defendant, and then present a truthful plan of rehabilitation for the client (my sister). In-fact, while she made absolutely no promises or predictions as to the ruling--the outcome for my sister and in-turn for all of us--was surprisingly better than we could have hoped for. When asked her impression of Stephanie, the first word my sister used is "Compassionate," quickly followed by the same descriptive characteristics detailed above.
Patrick on Birdeye, 2015

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