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1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Michigan on
Q: I have a charge of owi .17% for which I never took a breathalyzer for and got a ticket 11months later. Need help

Had a car accident went to hospital for 4 days. I'm pretty sure the hospital probably got it from my blood work and they send a ticket to me 11 months later fir owi

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Mar 24, 2022

If you cannot afford to hire an attorney, then you will get one appointed for you when you go to court. They will help you. If you can afford an attorney, my associate does a great amount of these types of cases, or you can keep searching and find someone else.

2 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Michigan on
Q: Is it possible to appeal for a warning arrest letter that been issued for innocent person since more than 15 years ago?
Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Mar 20, 2022

Do you mean that they sent you a letter recently that warns you that they intend to arrest you in regards to a crime that happened 15 years ago? If so, your best chance to stop it is to have an attorney or someone else get in contact with the issuing authority and try to get more details about... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Medical Malpractice for Michigan on
Q: iv infiltration (causing chemical burn & compartment syndrome on 5wk baby) would lawsuit happen in city injury tookplace

Or would lawsuit be in county where we live? Baby had a faciotomy in hospital but will have second surgery soon to see what injury looks like inside and than a skin graft is needed. Very little function in hand at this point. Looking for attorney to help with this matter

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Feb 22, 2022

A lawsuit could likely be filed in either location, and therefore, you should discuss with an attorney the details of your case, and then determine where it would be best to file your lawsuit. I would be glad to speak to you in further detail, and help you with this. The attorneys that I work... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Michigan on
Q: What area of practice covers both drivers license restoration and gun record expungment (preventing / restricting employ
Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Jan 30, 2022

My associate handles both of these areas. You can contact me for further information if you wish, or you could probably find someone else the easiest by searching for an attorney that runs a general practice.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: I need to know if my CSC 4th degree from1998 in Michigan is eligible for expungement
Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Jan 6, 2022

You need to speak to an attorney that handles expungements, because it will depend on your complete criminal history. We handle these, or you can contact someone else that you find here.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: Is there a chance based on this case the amount of years could be reduced

I know it’s aiding and abetting but her intention wasn’t for the man to be killed she was looking for her sister and one of the people also looking made the decision to commit murder without being encouraged to do so. She has no criminal history and is not the kind of person that should be... Read more »

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Nov 9, 2021

How do you already know what sentence she will receive? If she agreed as part of her plea to a specific sentence, then she cannot challenge the length of that sentence on appeal. If she did not agree, then she can appeal to the higher court and ask them to reduce it, however, they can only reduce... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: Can a circuit court judge rule if his term is expired? I can't find anything anywhere on st. Joseph County Michigan.

My son was just sentenced unfair. First felony 4 years prison with no boot camp or reform that we have in our county.

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Sep 10, 2021

There are ways to allow a judge to rule after his term expires. You can however certainly appeal the length of the sentence given as being excessive under the specific facts of your son's case.

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1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Michigan on
Q: how long after I get sentenced do I have to appeal
Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Sep 5, 2021

42 days to request appointed counsel. 56 days to file a claim of appeal following a trial. 6 months to file an application for leave to appeal following either a plea or a trial. An infinite amount of time (no time limit) to file a post conviction motion for relief back in the trial court if you... Read more »

4 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Michigan on
Q: If you get hurt in Nevada & live in Michigan do you have to get a lawyer in Nevada?

I’m 79 years old & don’t want to travel anymore.

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Aug 27, 2021

You will need a lawyer in Nevada. I would like to know more about the details of your case, and then I could probably set you up with a lawyer in Nevada, if you wish.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: The parole board wanted to wait and see what Michigan was gone do with him first then they will make they decision.

Hello everyone ☝

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Aug 9, 2021

You seem to be answering a question in the wrong place. Apparently you should have answered directly to the attorney that asked the question.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: I am seeking an Criminal defense attorney in Monroe Michigan

I need representation ASAP in Monroe Michigan I am going to lose my law-enforcement license for a fake harassment claim my chief of police made against me at my last employer I resigned from.

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Aug 8, 2021

You are going to need to make a call to an attorney that you choose, from the information that you find here on this site. I would be glad to help you and link you up with my associate who could represent you, if you phone or email me, or you can use the information that you find here to contact... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: My financé is incarcerated in Michigan and he needs his court files.He got his free copy years ago but lost some pages

Can he get another free copy or does he have to pay for it? Can the court refuse to send him another copy of his own files?

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Jul 19, 2021

They can make him pay if they gave it to him already.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: I want to change my plea to not guilty, my lawyer lied to me and I don't get sentenced for 2mth,Do I write him a letter

Please read my question

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Jul 1, 2021

Notify the court and your attorney, in writing, as soon as possible, that you want to withdraw your plea. If you wait until sentencing, they will likely deny plea withdrawal by saying you were only influenced by the sentence that you expected to get.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: what is a 16 year old boy hit a 15 year old girl in Michigan
Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on Jun 8, 2021

It could be an assault ... it could be self defense ... is it upsetting enough to pursue criminal charges? Your question is very hard to answer on the limited facts given.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: There is this guy I know, who has multiple crimes and still only gets a slap on the wrist so to speak, why?

He has cut off a tether, broken a PPO order, multiple assaults , and always either gets probation or 30 days in jail, whats it gonna take to put this guy away for a while. Now he attacked a mentality handicapped guy and broke the mans arm, this is the same guy who had the PPO against him. Why is he... Read more »

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on May 27, 2021

Judges take a great variety of things into consideration - much more than just what violation was committed -- when sentencing. Also, the way the system works is that you get punished more severely as you continue to commit violations. He will probably get what he deserves this time.

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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: I went through home advisor to find a contractor. He took a down payment and has since stopped communication.

I signed a contract with the individual that he would replace the fencing around my property. After the check cleared for the down payment, he has stopped returning my messages. What are my legal options?

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on May 27, 2021

You may want to contact the police and file a complaint.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: Is being convicted with attempted larceny the same as being convicted for larceny?
Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on May 26, 2021

750.92 Attempt to commit crime.

Sec. 92.

Attempt to commit crime—Any person who shall attempt to commit an offense prohibited by law, and in such attempt shall do any act towards the commission of such offense, but shall fail in the perpetration, or shall be intercepted or...
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2 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Michigan on
Q: Newaygo michigan 27th circuit is unable to produce transcripts for appeal what happens

The trial was a complete farce all the way threw a real circus never seen anything like it

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on May 15, 2021

An appeal can definitely still be filed ... If I recall correctly, it is done with the trial attorneys filing affidavits of what they call the relevant facts at issue were.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: What is the law called to be unable to be convicted without physical evidence

IM WRITING A PAPER FOR 5TH GRADE

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on May 13, 2021

GOOGLE the following:

can you be convicted of a crime without physical evidence

and you will see the mistake you are making.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Michigan on
Q: Dana please help

So my project is on changing the law that states You cant arrest someone without physical evedince I want to say the law is wrong what are 3 strong key points I could use? And how do you want your name in my paper?

Dana B. Carron
Dana B. Carron
answered on May 13, 2021

Where are you finding something that says that you cannot arrest someone without physical evidence? One of us is confused.

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