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Violation of Probation on An MIP Conviction Should Not Result in Jailtime

Recent discussions between criminal defense attorneys comparing notes about district court judges in Oakland and Genesse counties have revealed that many of their MIP clients are subjected to jail sentences when they subsequently plead guilty to a violation of probation. The law prohibits any jail sentence for a minor that pleads guilty to possession of alcohol.
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Invoking 100-Mile Rule Could Cost a Parent Custody

A recent Michigan Court of Appeals decision changed physical custody of the parties’ minor child from the Mother to the Father when Mother moved from Ludington to Traverse City. Since the move was less than 100-miles.
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