Category Archive for: ‘Criminal Law News’

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    Ten No or Low Cost Ways to Stop An Identity Theft Hacker From Ruining Your Day

    Has anyone you know had their identity stolen recently? Has anyone you know ended up spending thousands to fix their stolen credit? Or, maybe it’s even happened to you? At Corriveau Law we have associations with professionals of various fields of practice including private eyes. We …

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    Domestic Violence The Protection You Need and Deserve

    “Domestic violence is a pattern of learned behavior in which one person uses physical, sexual, and emotional abuse to control another person.”  ( Domestic violence is not limited to family – you don’t need to be married to someone to be a victim of the …

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    Distracted Driving

    Kids are back to school and that means a greater chance of distracted drivers on the road. “At any daylight moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or manipulating electronic devices while driving, a number held steady since 2010.” (NOPUS) According to …

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    License Restoration – Winning Your Drivers License Back After Revocation

    License Restoration – Winning Your Drivers License Back After Revocation If you have lost your driver’s license following a conviction of an OWI let me start by saying winning your license back after having it revoked will have nothing to do with your ‘need’ for …

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  • Michigan’s Driver Responsibility Fees Are Changing

    Getting ‘driver’s responsibility’ fees assessed against you is as easy as committing specific traffic offenses — or reaching the seven-point mark on your driving record. The specific laws governing this process are located in section 257.732a of the Michigan Compiled Laws. The laws has been …

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  • Michigan Supreme Court Decision Reduces Unjusts Costs on Criminals

    June 18th, 2104: People v. Cunningham comes before the Michigan Supreme Court, and the Court comes to the decision that Michigan courts are not legally allowed to impose costs that are not authorized by existing statutes. The law in question is MCL 769.1k(1)(b)(ii), which simply says …

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  • $695,000 Settlement following audio recording of police brutality in the Man’s home

    LANSING – On March 18, 2009, at 4:10 a.m., two Westland police officers arrived at the home of Jeffery and Marlyn Kodlowski in response to verbal dispute over a cellular telephone. After being invited into the home by Jeffery Kodlowski, the two officers, Michael Little …

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