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Cellphone use banned for anyone driving on a level 1 or level 2 graduated driver license in Michigan , TODD LEVITT, March 27th 2013

2019-03-08T01:51:23+00:00March 27th, 2013|In the News|

Gov. Rick Snyder signed Kelsey's Law to help protect Michigan's young, inexperienced drivers and other motorists. Senate Bill 756, sponsored by state Sen. Howard Walker, bans cellphone use for anyone driving on a level 1 or level 2 graduated driver license in Michigan. The new law is named in [...]

Central Michigan University, Controlled Substance, Alcohol, Student Code of Conduct, TODD LEVITT, Possession of Marijuana

2019-03-08T01:51:26+00:00March 20th, 2013|MIP, student code of conduct|

Responsibilities of CMU Students 3.1.2 The University shall take disciplinary action in cases concerning a student's actions or offenses occurring within or affecting people on property within the physical boundaries of Central Michigan University, on or affecting University owned or controlled property, or when the student is in attendance [...]

Joint and Several Liability Lease V. Individual Liability Lease, Mount Pleasant Michigan, CMU, TODD LEVITT

2019-03-08T01:51:26+00:00March 19th, 2013|Landlord Tenant|

Joint and Several Liability Lease V. Individual Liability Lease   In Michigan, when you sign a lease agreement, you sign a contract. Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, you contractually have obligations to perform certain duties and assume certain responsibilities. Under every lease agreement, a landlord and [...]

CMU STUDENTS, Definitions and Consequences of Drinking and Driving Offenses in The State of Michigan, TODD LEVITT

2019-03-08T01:51:26+00:00March 14th, 2013|Drunk Driving, DUI|

Definitions and Consequences of Drinking and Driving Offenses in The State of Michigan By: Todd Levitt ZERO TOLERANCE MCL 257.625 (6)  (Person under 21 w/BAC)   No statutory jail required, maximum fine $250, License Sanctions: 1st offense: 30 day suspension with restrictions; 2nd offense within 7 years, 90 day suspended without [...]

Driver’s License Restoration,TODD LEVITT, CENTRAL MICHIGAN, DUI, Possession of Marijuana, March 7th 2013

2013-03-07T09:24:52+00:00March 7th, 2013|Michigan Drivers License Restoration, Uncategorized|

Suspensions vs. Revocations Suspensions vs. Revocations Suspensions: Definition: Privilege to drive is suspended for some definitive period of time (one year or less); license privilege is typically restored after this period without the necessity of a DAAD hearing. Most Common Offenses Resulting in Suspension: OWI First Offense; OWI High [...]