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“Raise The Age” Proposal is Gaining Ground in Michigan!

The issue of minors being prosecuted like adults in Michigan has been a source of controversy for decades. The idea behind this notion, is that by treating juveniles as adults, we ensure that they receive stiffer sentences that are more proportional to their crimes, and as such, we lower the rate of juvenile crimes. However, […]

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Sporting Events in The Lansing Area Sometimes Mean Arrests And Criminal Charges!

East Lansing, home to Michigan State University, has a long history of riots and public disturbances tied to sporting events. As far back as 20 years ago, fires in the streets, overturned cars, looted stores, and damaged property were par for the course after the university’s involvement in major sports events. Those Spartan fans can […]

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Changes Proposed to Reduce Michigan’s Marijuana Sentences

A lot has changed in the wake of Michigan’s legalization of recreational marijuana. Before our law changed, recreational marijuana use may have been grounds for losing your kids to CPS. However, now Children’s Protective Services is required to adjust their policies in favor of a more lenient view that aligns with Michigan’s current marijuana laws. […]

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Cyberbullying is Officially Illegal in Michigan Now

We live in the cyber age, where people live so much of their lives online. Need a date? There are loads of apps to help you find the right person, plus apps for getting you transportation there and back, and sites you can visit for outfit ideas so you look your best. From getting groceries […]

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Living in The Age of The ‘Active Shooter Scare’ What Happens Now For Michigan?

You probably read the news, which means you already know all about the active shooter scare on U of M’s campus last month. A bunch of sorority members popping balloons and screaming during a vigil for those who lost their lives in the New Zealand mosque shooting turned into a maelstrom of cops and rumors […]

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What You Need to Know About Michigan’s Newly Formed Hate Crimes Unit

Michigan has a new Governor, and a new Attorney General. And with new faces in positions of power, comes changes in how we track and prosecute crimes here in the Great Lakes state. Just last month, the state Department of Civil Rights Director, Agustin Arbulu, announced that his department plans to start tracking all incidents […]

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Are Parents Held Responsible When Their Children Break The Law in Michigan?

“Will my son have to go to jail for this?” “My daughter’s too young to be behind bars! Can’t you do something to keep her out?” “Isn’t there some kind of program the court offers to juveniles?” When their children get into trouble with the law, most of us parents are concerned about what happens […]

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How to Keep ‘March Madness’ From Ending as ‘March Misery’!

Although the weather is still pretty darn cold outside, the calendar says we’re hovering on Spring’s doorstep. Yes, it’s that time of year again – the season of March madness, Irish drinking songs and that most revered of college break periods. You guessed it…. the NCAA, St Patrick’s day, and spring break, all rolled into […]

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Is Your Smartphone Going to Testify Against You in Court? (Pt 2)

Hi there, remember us from the previous article on how your smartphone knows more about you than your best friend? (Don’t worry, if you’ve forgotten you can always check your phone – it never forgets anything!) And now that you’ve had your memory jogged a little, do you recall the fact that current U.S. federal […]

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Is Your Smartphone Going to Testify Against You in Court? (Pt 1)

Michigan people joke that their smartphones are smarter than them. That they wouldn’t be able to remember important dates (like their anniversary) if it weren’t for their phones. Or that if they didn’t have their cell phones handy they’ve get lost the moment they left homes. And there’s a lot of truth to those statements. […]

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