Category Archives: Violation of Probation

MI Murder Charges – Accused of Murdering Fiance’ and 3-Year-Old, Michigan Man Goes to Trial

A Clinton Township man is being charged with first-degree murder as well as 14 other felony counts after he allegedly attacked his fiancee, as well as three others in her home. Should these charges be added to the already long-list of previous criminal charges against him, the punishments will undoubtedly be severe likely resulting in significant jail time.

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Probation Violation – Convicted Sex Offender Arrested After Taking Children to See Toy Story 3

Being convicted of sex crimes will haunt you for years, as probationary terms can often restrict one’s comings and goings. A perfect example is seen in the recent case of a convicted Michigan sex offender who was arrested after taking his children to see a popular children’s movie, ultimately violating the terms of his probation.

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MI Gun Charges – Ex-Michigan House Speaker Arrested For Gun Possession

Only two weeks after being sentenced to six months probation for a previous impaired driving charge, former Michigan Speaker of the House Craig DeRoche has been arrested on gun charges after a family member reported that he was in possession of a firearm and intoxicated.

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MI Murder Charges – Ex-Con Suspected of Killing Senior Citizen Arrested by Police

An ex-convict was arrested this month in connection with the strangling death of an elderly Warren man. As a repeat offender, the suspect faces first-degree murder charges, as well as felony murder and larceny–all with life-changing consequences if convicted.

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MI Probation Violation – Former Detroit Mayor to Serve 5 Years Behind Bars After Violating Probation

Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced today to head back to jail, serving anywhere from 1.5 to 5 years behind bars. He was convicted of violating the terms of his probation in April, after he failed to report his tax returns, as well as truthful information regarding his abilities to pay his restitution stemming from his infamous 2008 cover-up scandal.

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