January 20, 2023
What is a sobriety test?
As you know, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is illegal. By drunk driving, you are putting yourself and others at risk of injury from a car accident. As such, it is the police’s job to enforce driving under the influence (DUI) laws. The police can’t just pull … Read more
January 19, 2023
How serious are shoplifting charges in Michigan?
Often seen as a youthful rite of passage, shoplifting seems like a minor offense. However, if the allegedly stolen items are costly, it can lead to felony charges. If law enforcement arrests you for any form of theft, you need to defend yourself. This is so even if the arrest … Read more
December 19, 2022
When can a DUI be a federal offense?
If someone is stopped on a city street or even on an interstate for suspicion of driving under the influence, any charge they face will be a state charge. While anything over an .08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC) across the country is considered drunk driving for adults in every state. … Read more
December 9, 2022
Can law enforcement stop you for no reason?
It is the job of the police to enforce the law. To do this, they have numerous powers at their disposal. However, these powers do not go without checks and balances. The liberty of citizens is also vital and this should not be interfered with unnecessarily. Does this mean that … Read more
October 23, 2022
Were you stereotyped based on your physical appearance?
The criminal justice system is supposed to deal solely with the truth and facts. However, from start to finish, the process of a criminal case is overseen by human beings, so psychology plays a significant role. The cognitive process of humans does not always deal with facts and truth. In … Read more
October 10, 2022
CCTV evidence can be problematic
If you find yourself facing criminal charges, then this means that law enforcement believes they have evidence that you committed an offense. The prosecution can then review this evidence and decide whether to drop the charges or go to trial. If the latter happens, then it is up to the … Read more