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Innocent Michigan Man Freed After 41 Years in Prison

  An entire generation has been born, grown up, and gone on to have their own children since Ledura Watkins was sentenced to prison for First Degree Murder. For over 40 years he has lived life behind bars, convicted for a crime that he didn’t commit, on the strength of a single hair found at […]

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“Skimmed” Alive: Skimming Devices in Michigan

  You wouldn’t hand your credit card over to a stranger would you? Of course not! But wait….. you might have already done exactly that, and you just didn’t know about it. In other words, you may have been skimmed! Skimming devices, which are attached by criminals to ATMs and gas pumps, “skim” your credit […]

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Michigan Couple Accused of Hosting Sex, Drugs & Booze ‘Parties’ For Teens

  Many teenagers dream of parents who would allow them more freedoms, treat them more like grown-ups, and provide them with the trappings of adulthood. Responsibility free, of course. But the truth is that teens are minors, whether or not they agree with that status, and the law has very strict regulations about how teens […]

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Michigan Drunk Driving Laws: What Does ‘Super Drunk’ Mean?

  ‘Super’ is one of those words that can have multiple meanings, depending on the context. When something is super, it’s awesome and wonderful. Superman has incredible strength and ‘superpowers’ which could be defined as powers that defy understanding. If, however, something is super bad, that would make it really terrible. So what does that […]

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Smoking Age in Michigan To Change To 18 From 21?

  One of the greatest anomalies that people from European countries have pointed out about the disparity in American law has to do with the age at which people are allowed to partake in certain activities. For example, only in the U.S. can you drive a car on an interstate highway at 16, go to […]

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Assisted Suicide: Statistics Are Now Available From California

  Assisted suicide, like abortion and gun control, tends to be a very polarizing issue. People are either for it, or against it. There aren’t many people who waiver. Certain well-known people, like Stephen Hawking, Diane Rehm, and Terry Pratchett, have advocated for the right-to-die over the years, which has fueled the debate even more. […]

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Rape: What You Need To Know About Rape Laws in Michigan

  First and foremost, it is important that you understand one very important fact. The word ‘rape’ has a definite meaning in the dictionary and in everyday speech, but it isn’t a recognized definition in Michigan law. Ask around and most people would tell you that rape means forced, non-consensual sex. Michigan law doesn’t define […]

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Gun Laws in Michigan: New Possible Changes You Should Know About 3

  Welcome back to this final article in our three-part series on proposed changes to Michigan gun laws. Because guns and gun ownership are such a hotly debated topic, the laws that govern their use are also fiercely debated. As a result, we believe that it’s very important that our readers to have as much information […]

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Gun Laws in Michigan: New Possible Changes You Should Know About 2

  Gun laws are a highly charged topic of debate for many people. Here in Michigan, where every year hundreds of thousands of people hunt and shoot, gun rights and gun ownership are hotly contested subjects. In the end, what it always comes back to is a U.S. citizen’s Second Amendment right to bear arms, and […]

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Gun Laws in Michigan: New Possible Changes You Should Know About 1

  Gun laws are one of those controversial subjects endlessly being debated here in Michigan. Does safety trump second amendment rights? What’s more important – a person’s right to bear arms, or a community’s right to be free from weapons. Are guns used more for crime, or for protection? These questions aren’t likely to go […]

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