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Commercial Driver’s License Suspension in Michigan, Attorney Todd L. Levitt, Will my CDL be revoked?

2019-03-08T01:50:40+00:00July 26th, 2016|Daily Legal, Drunk Driving, DUI, In the News, Michigan Drivers License Restoration|

MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN Tuesday, July 26, 2016 CDL Drivers and Criminal Convictions: If you are a CDL (Commercial Driver's License) holder in the State of Michigan, there are penalties associated with violations of the law, such as an OWI, or a drug conviction. If a CDL holder is convicted of [...]

CMU Student Involvement, TODD Levitt, Central Michigan Lawyer

2015-03-30T09:29:24+00:00March 30th, 2015|In the News, Todd Levitt|

Student Organizations at Central Michigan University Central Michigan University offers almost 400 registered student organizations (RSO's). The Office of Student Activities and Involvement allows students to search for student organizations that interest them, and help students find organizations that fit their interests. http://cmich.orgsync.com/Search_duplicate Examples of Student Organization's include groups that focus on [...]

CMU Counseling Services, Todd Levitt, Central Michigan Lawyer

2019-03-08T01:51:04+00:00March 20th, 2015|CMU, Domestic Violence, In the News, Isabella County, Levitt Law Firm, Uncategorized|

Counseling Services for Students   Levitt Law Firm:   Central Michigan University offers a variety of services for its students. One of the many services that CMU offers is the counseling center. CMU's Counseling Center provides a variety of free services for currently enrolled CMU students. The services are intended to [...]

TODD LEVITT, CMU Student Services, Student Resources, CMU Student Lawyer,

2019-03-08T01:51:05+00:00February 25th, 2015|76th District Court, 87-A District Court, 87-B District Court Kalkaska, Central Michigan Small Business Lawyers, CMU, CMU student Lawyer, Daily Legal, Houghton lake, Illegal Entry, In the News, Larceny, Levitt Law Firm, Medical Marijuana, news, Podcasts, Todd Levitt|

Central Michigan University: Student Services.  Central Michigan University offers a variety of Student-Services that help ease the daunting transition from high-school to life at college. Student services are aimed to maximize the college experience, provide resources for the students, and to ensure that students are happy, and healthy while [...]

Small Business Law Firm, Northern Michigan, Central Michigan, Upper Peninsula, Levitt Law Firm PC

2019-03-08T01:51:16+00:00December 23rd, 2013|Central Michigan Small Business Lawyers, Northern Michigan Small Business Lawyer, Small Business Lawyers|

 Levitt Law Firm PC Small Business Law Firm Representing clients throughout Central and Northern Michigan including the Upper Peninsula  Are you someone who has an idea? someone who has always wanted to venture out on his own? Do you have an idea for a business? Do you need assistance [...]

Breaking Bad’: Meet a Real-Life Saul Goodman, Mount Pleasant, Michigan Lawyer Todd Levitt

2019-03-08T01:51:17+00:00September 23rd, 2013|In the News|

‘Breaking Bad’: Meet a Real-Life Saul Goodman Todd Levitt POSTED SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 IN CRIMINAL LAW ON THE LIGHTER SIDE VIDEO BY BETSY KIM Email  In the last episode of AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” the attorney, Saul Goodman, never appeared. One criminal defense lawyer, a real-life Saul of sorts, Todd Levitt, says the show would have ended quite [...]

Open Intoxicants,Todd Levitt, Minor In Possession, Diversion Program, Hosting Nuisance Party, Attending Nuisance Party, CMU

2019-03-08T01:51:22+00:00August 25th, 2013|In the News|

City of Mt Pleasant Diversion Program I JUST RECIEVED ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TICKETS WHAT DO I DO? Open Intoxicant in Public Minor In Possession Attending Nuisance Party Hosting Nuisance Party If you or someone you know receives one of the above tickets the following are possible outcomes: Diversion [...]

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 [...]

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