Random Retest Missed In Michigan, BAIID

Random Retest Missed In Michigan, BAIID

The random retest sometimes called a “rolling retest,” is a breath alcohol test for people who have a restricted license which requires a breath alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) installed in their automobile. The random test is a test that will happen after the driver performs a “Start-up” test. Most BAIID manufacturers disclose that a…

Carrying  A Concealed Weapon Conviction and Michigan Gun Rights

Carrying A Concealed Weapon Conviction and Michigan Gun Rights

Carrying a concealed weapon is a felony in Michigan. This charge and a typical court plea for this charge can create an unusual firearm disability for the offender. In this article, I will discuss how an often used pretrial negotiation plea can cause a firearm disability. Carrying Concealed Weapon Felony (CCW) under MCL 750.227 The…

Loan for Legal Fees in Traverse City

This article will discuss how an attorney evaluates a potential client and how to find a loan for legal fees. How Attorneys Evaluate a Potential Client for Contract Advance or Retainer Some attorneys call it a retainer, others call it an advance on legal services, it’s all the same, this is an initial deposit with…

Michigan Best Interests of the Child Factors Series episode MCL 722.23(b).

In this article, I will examine the best interests of the child factor (b) in Michigan. This is the second article in the series. Before the reader learns about 722.23(b), it is important to understand how family law courts use and apply the best interests of the child factors. I covered how the courts use…

Michigan Best Interests of the Child Factors Explained Series Episode 722.23(a)

Michigan Best Interests of the Child Factors Explained Series Episode 722.23(a)

In this article, I will provide some basic education for the best interests of the child factor (a) or MCL 722.23(a). During a contested child custody hearing, the judge must review each of the 12 factors found in the best interest of the child factors statute. A parent seeking a divorce or a parent seeking…