Category Archives: Motor Vehicle Charges

Michigan’s New Distracted Driving Law

As of June 30th, a new driving law will be going into effect. This new law prohibits any and all electronic device use while in the car. This includes using an electronic device while driving and even when you’re stopped. If your car is on the road and you are in the driver’s seat, it […]

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Michigan’s New Distracted Driving Law: What You Need to Know

Michigan‚Äôs new distracted driving law goes into effect on June 30, barring all drivers from holding and using a mobile electronic device, such as a cell phone, while driving. Although texting and driving has been illegal in Michigan for years, the old law was passed at a time when cell phones and their capabilities were […]

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If my Michigan Driver’s License is Suspended Can I Still Drive in Other States?

If your driver‚Äôs license is suspended or revoked here in Michigan, it can affect your life in many ways. Think about how hard it would be to keep a job, to run errands and buy groceries and to run a household.  But what about travelling to other states? You certainly can’t drive around in Lansing, […]

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What Happens When You Drive on a Suspended License in Michigan?

Driving on a suspended license might not sound like a big deal to some people. But, here in Michigan, it is! Why? Because if the court or the Secretary of State has taken away your driver’s license for a period of time, and you decide that you’re going to drive anyway (even if you think […]

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Car Owners Take Note: Motor Vehicle Crimes in Michigan are Serious!

  Most car owners think of their vehicles as a convenient way to get around. For some, they also serve as a place to store things, and in a pinch – a place to sleep off a few too many drinks. But not many people think of their cars as playing a role in criminal […]

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I-96 Pileup Results in Criminal Charges

Two Die in January 17 I-96 Pileup Timothy Martinez, a 40-year-old commercial driver from Wyoming, is now facing charges for allegedly being at fault in the fatal pileup that took place on Sunday, January 17th, on I-96. He is not, however, the only one. Apparently there are 20 drivers who have been cited for the […]

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Michigan UDAA Charges for Stealing Bagel Truck

When you hear about a commercial vehicle heist in the news, one tends to imagine that it was an armored Brinks truck, transporting thousands of dollars to a bank. Or perhaps a construction vehicle, carrying thousands of dollars worth of tools and heavy equipment. But not bagels. One rarely pictures a bagel truck being stolen […]

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Dearborn Carjacking

4 Charged in Armed Carjacking at Dearborn McDonald’s Many people, throughout the world, can say that they didn’t get what they had hoped for during a recent trip to McDonalds. But for one particular woman, who was forced from her car at gunpoint while placing an order in the drive-thru, that doesn’t begin to cover […]

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Michigan Motor Vehicle Law: Unlawful Driving Away

Man Gets Probation for Stealing Own Car from Impound Andrew R. Kolar was a man with a plan. Faced with the issue of having lost his van, he set about retrieving it. But because his van had been impounded and was therefore considered to be temporarily the property of Village Towing, the only way he […]

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Bay County Unlawfully Driving Away of Motor Vehicle

Taylor M. Black, a resident of Bangor Township, apparently stole his mother’s car, crashed it into another vehicle and then fled the scene on foot. He is facing both felony and misdemeanor charges, which may mean several years behind bars if he is convicted.

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