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Keep Troy Trick-or-Treaters Safe This Halloween

Halloween is an exciting time for children. Costumes, decorations, candy and pranks are all fun to enjoy, but it is also important to be aware of the dangers posed by the Halloween season. Learn what parents can do to protect their children from Halloween accidents, and how they can protect a child’s legal rights after...

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The Consequences of an Underage OWI in Michigan

An OWI charge in Michigan comes with many collateral consequences. Many defendants fail to realize these consequences exist, and some of them can last for years. Even an underage OWI (sometimes lightly referred to as a “baby DUI”) has serious consequences which can follow a defendant into his or her adult life.  Section 257.625 of...

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Michigan Divorce Forgery Lands Official in Jail

An elected official in a small town in Northern Michigan is serving time in jail for forging divorce documents in order to sway his international mistress to keep their relationship going. The Detroit Free Press reported the village council member in Northport (near Traverse City) is accused of forging several signatures of court officials and...

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Injury Risks for Babies Due to Defective Products Causes Concern for Parents in Troy, MI

Keeping children safe is a top priority for parents. This is one of many reasons why it is so devastating when products parents buy for their children - like strollers and baby carriers - turn out to be unsafe. Dangerous products can cause serious, life-changing harm. Unfortunately, thousands of kids each year are hurt as a result of...

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Exonerated Prisoners – Journey To Justice A Challenging Path

Exonerated Prisoners – Journey To Justice A Challenging Path Michigan Wrongful Imprisonment Compensation Act Rights Wrongs We expect the legal justice system to be fair. If someone was wrongly accused of committing a crime, many people believe that a judge or jury will find the person innocent. But the criminal justice system doesn’t always work...

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Five Tips for Preventing Accidents at Intersections During Winter Storms

According to US Climate Data, the state of Michigan experiences around 51 inches of snowfall annually. In December, average low temperatures in Michigan are 34 degrees. In January, average lows are 30 degrees and in February the average lows are 33 degrees. Snow usually starts in around October or November and continues through until March or...

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