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Northern Michigan Drunk Driving Lawyer, Todd L. Levitt, DUI lawyer

February 1st, 2017|Drunk Driving, DUI, news|

   MICHIGAN VEHICLE CODE (EXCERPT)Act 300 of 1949257.625 Operating motor vehicle while intoxicated; “operating while intoxicated” defined; operating motor vehicle when visibly impaired; penalties for causing death or serious impairment of a body function; operation of motor vehicle by person less than 21 years of age; requirements; controlled substance; [...]

Support The Cause(s)! Todd Levitt, Central Michigan Student Lawyer, Levitt Law Firm!

March 16th, 2015|In the News, Levitt Law Firm, news|

Levitt Law Firm:   Each and every year we receive numerous requests to support certain causes, projects, and/or events. We at Levitt Law Firm are very selective in the causes we chose to support because we have to ensure that the causes align with our core principles and values. Today we have two [...]

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

February 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 [...]

How can I be arrested for a DUI when the officer did not witness me driving? Central Michigan Lawyer, TODD LEVITT, Student Lawyer, July 24th 2012, News, Adam C. Finn

July 24th, 2012|DUI, news|

When dealing with DUI crimes, a question that many people have is, "How can I be arrested for a DUI when the officer did not witness me driving?" Twelve years ago, an officer would not have been able to make this arrest so easily, but since the "misdemeanor arrest" [...]

News,TODD LEVITT, Central Michigan Lawyer, MMMA update, Michigan Taser Law, CMU Student Lawyer

June 28th, 2012|news|

Michigan law prohibiting the possession of Tasers and Stun guns is unconstitutional. In People v. Yanna, the Michigan Court of Appeals held MCL 750.224a, which prohibits possession of a portable device or weapon from which an electrical current, impulse wave or beam may be directed, which current, impulse, wave, [...]

Central Michigan Student DUI Lawyer, TODD LEVITT, Mount Pleasant Michigan, News

June 9th, 2012|news|

In Michigan there are 4 possible scenarios where someone can be charged with a drinking and driving offense. 1.  Zero Tolerance/Under 21 years of age If you are under 21 years of age the law in Michigan says that you cannot be operating a motor vehicle with any high [...]

Medical Marijuana Patients can’t be prosecuted, Adam Finn, June 1, 2012, News, Todd Levitt

June 1st, 2012|news|

Medical Marijuana Patients can’t be prosecuted   Thursday, May 31, 2012, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled in favor of Medical Marijuana patients, in the use of an “affirmative defense” regarding misdemeanor and felony marijuana cases. Michigan medical marijuana patients may cite medical reasons for marijuana use and possession as [...]

Mount Pleasant Michigan MIP Charge, How it happens, What Happens Next? TODD LEVITT, CMU Student Lawyer,

May 31st, 2012|news|

Facts: CMU Student under the age of 21  is walking down Main Street after consuming a beer.  As he/she is walking a police office on foot approaches student. Officer: Why are you walking funny? Student: I didn't think I was.. Officer: I smell alcohol coming from your person and your eyes [...]

TODD L LEVITT, Consequences of Refusing a Chemical Test during DUI Investigation, Mt. Pleasant, MI DUI Lawyer, May 21, 2012, News

May 21st, 2012|news|

Consequences of Refusing a Chemical Test during DUI Investigation Implied Consent Law: If arrested for a drunk driving offense in Michigan, all drivers are considered to have given their consent to take a chemical test to determine your bodily alcohol content (BAC). Purpose: The immediate purpose of the ‘implied [...]

436.1701 Selling or furnishing alcoholic liquor to minor, Michigan Law, TODD LEVITT, CMU Student Lawyer

May 9th, 2012|news|

MICHIGAN LIQUOR CONTROL CODE OF 1998 (EXCERPT) Act 58 of 1998436.1701 Selling or furnishing alcoholic liquor to minor; failure to make diligent inquiry; violation as misdemeanor; penalty; signs; consumption of alcoholic liquor as cause of death or injury; felony; enforcement against licensee; consent of parent or guardian in undercover [...]

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