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What are the Penalties for Fraud and Abuse in Healthcare?

Since the start of COVID-19, the penalties for fraud and abuse in healthcare have gotten progressively steeper. As a result, the need for healthcare fraud attorneys has never been greater. As you may know, healthcare fraud…

Carrying Concealed Weapon Charge? You Need to Avoid Jail

Avoiding jail for carrying concealed weapon charge (CCW) is critical. A serious felony, it’s punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a $2,500 fine. If you don’t have a valid concealed carry permit, carrying a…

How to Fight Drug Distribution Charges in Michigan

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Automatic Expungement: Reality vs. Expectations

  Recently, there has been a lot of news about the significant and important changes to Michigan’s criminal record expungement law. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed several bills into law in October 2020 known as the &#82…

Is Medical Marijuana Use While on Probation Legal?

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Arrested for Aggravated Assault in Michigan: What’s Next?

Facing aggravated assault charged in Michigan? Here are some things you should know. In Michigan, assault is defined as the threat or use of force on another that causes the person to have reasonable apprehension of immine…

Everything You Need To Know About Criminal Justice Reform

Criminal justice reform is a set of ideas to make the application of the law more equitable. The idea of criminal justice reform has mostly bipartisan support, and is a series of changes to existing laws to make the crimin…

Can You Get Arrested for Self-Defense?

Can you get arrested for self-defense? No. Self-defense isn’t a crime, so you cannot be arrested for self-defense. However, you can be arrested for suspicion that you have committed a crime such as murder, aggravated…

Issues with Michigan’s Roadside Drug Testing Program

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