Highland Park, MI asked in Criminal Law for Michigan

Q: My son is 15 being charged with resisting arrest and disorderly,tested positive for marijuana

He was release on a personal bond and goes to court in a week. The juvenile called his school to get transcripts release for a behavioral school but we haven’t went to court yet. On paper work said parents felt to address substance use. Are they trying to lock him up or will he get release. He had a curfew ticket last year and did community service.

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Adam Alexander

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Southfield, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: More facts are required to provide you with an accurate answer. I urge you to retain a lawyer to defend your son as soon as possible. I suggest you find a lawyer who regularly practices in the court where the charges were brought.

Derrick E. George

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Royal Oak, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Two legal issues to address: marijuana positive test and the resisting and obstructing arrest. Based on my experience and the juvenile record and psychological evaluation we could get him on a deferred sentence that would get both charges dismissed. I have handled many cases like this and offer a free consultation. Feel free to contact me anytime if you have any questions via call/text at 248.470.4300

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