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Practicing in a College Town, Todd Levitt, Central Michigan Lawyer

2019-03-08T01:51:00+00:00October 26th, 2015|CMU, CMU student Lawyer, Levitt Law Firm, MIP, student code of conduct, Todd Levitt|

Every fall hundreds of new students embark on college campuses around the United States with aspirations of earning a college degree while having the time of their life. It is every parents dream that their sons or daughters grow up to be healthy, happy and successful. Most parents would probably agree that [...]

TODD LEVITT, Diversion/Deferral Programs in the State of Michigan,

2015-02-13T10:31:30+00:00February 13th, 2015|76th District Court, Central Michigan Small Business Lawyers, CMU student Lawyer, Daily Legal, Domestic Violence, Drunk Driving, Illegal Entry, Isabella County, Levitt Law Firm, Medical Marihuana, Medical Marijuana, MIP, The Todd L. Levitt Radio Show, Trademark|

Diversion/Deferral Programs in the State of Michigan:  What is a diversion or a deferral program?  The Michigan Legislature recognizes that people make mistakes. Thus, under certain statutes the State of Michigan offers "deferral" or "diversion" programs that allow offenders to walk away with a "clean" slate. The term clean [...]

TODD LEVITT, Michigan Medical Marijuana Laws(s) and Objectives! Michigan Medical Marihuana Program

2019-03-08T01:51:05+00:00February 11th, 2015|76th District Court, Central Michigan Small Business Lawyers, CMU student Lawyer, Gratiot County, Isabella County, Levitt Law Firm, Medical Marihuana, Medical Marijuana, Michigan Medical Marijuana, Michigan Medical Marijuana laws, Michigan State University, MIP, MMA, possession of marijuana, The Todd L. Levitt Radio Show|

Todd Levitt is one of the leading Medical Marijuana advocates in the state of Michigan.

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 [...]