Monthly Archives: November 2017

Can a Michigan DUI Conviction Affect Your International Travel Plans? (Part 2)

  It’s that time of year again – when the weather turns cold and the people of Michigan start dreaming of warm sunny islands with white beaches and cool blue waves. Or perhaps you like your Christmas season more traditional,

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Can a Michigan DUI Conviction Affect Your International Travel Plans? (Part 1)

  In a word: yes! Having a drunk driving conviction on your record can have a HUGE impact on your future, and this includes limiting your international travel plans! We recently discussed the way that a DUI can hamper your

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MSP Just Launched Their Roadside Drug Test Pilot Program!

  It started just a couple of days ago. In five counties around the state the Michigan State Police’s roadside drug test pilot program began. Which means that right now in Berrien, Delta, Kent, St. Clair and Washtenaw counties right

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Is This Your First DUI? Here’s What To Expect…

  You got arrested for drunk driving for the very first time. We get it. It’s terrifying! You were in handcuffs, for goodness sake! It made you feel like a criminal. And on top of that, you spent what felt

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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.
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