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Medical amnesty bill passes unanimously in state Senate, regarding MIP’s and medical treatment, TODD LEVITT, April 18th 2012, CMU Student Lawyer

2012-04-19T11:27:29+00:00April 19th, 2012|news|

Medical amnesty bill passes unanimously in state Senate A unanimous 38-0 vote, the state Senate passed a medical amnesty bill — House Bill 4393 protecting underaged, intoxicated students who seek medical attention from receiving Minor in Possession of Alcohol citation “I do know that for a lot of  students  [...]

NOVI Michigan, DUI Lawyer Michigan, DAN BAIN, Drunk Driving Lawyer 52-1 District Court Novi Michigan, Walled Lake Michigan, Wixom Michigan, Milford Michigan, April 15th 2012, NEWS

2019-03-08T01:51:32+00:00April 13th, 2012|news|

Novi Michigan Lawyer, Dan Bain has been representing DUI clients for Drunk Driving offenses for more than a decade throughout Novi, Walled Lake, Milford, Wixom, Howell, Brighton, Farmington Hills Michigan. If you or someone you know is being charged with a DUI in Oakland or Livingston County there is [...]

Seeking to hire recent or May 2012 CMU Graduates for Information Technology Recruiter Positions, March 12th 2012

2019-03-08T01:51:34+00:00March 12th, 2012|news|

CMU Adjunct Professor, Todd Levitt, Central Michigan Lawyer, attended CMU with the Founder & CEO of ITR. Information Technology Recruiter Recruitment Management Consultants, LLC – a privately held Information Technology (IT) Consulting & Placement firm – is experiencing significant growth and is preparing to explore new markets across Michigan [...]

TODD L. LEVITT, Michigan Lawyer, Driver Assessment and Appeal Division, Driver Assessment Reexamination, March 7th 2012, News, CMU Student Lawyer

2012-03-07T20:02:35+00:00March 7th, 2012|news|

DRIVER ASSESSMENT MICHIGAN  The privilege to drive is often taken for granted, but you may lose your privilege to drive for many reasons.  The Secretary of State's Driver Assessment and Appeal Division is responsible for conducting driver reexaminations as authorized by the Michigan Vehicle Code.  The purpose of a [...]

People v. Koon, Medical Marijuana, Motor Vehicle Operation, Michigan Court of Appeals, March 6th 2012, TODD LEVITT, CMU Student Lawyer, Mount Pleasant Michigan Lawyer, News

2019-03-08T01:51:34+00:00March 6th, 2012|news|

On May 21, 2010 Rodney Koon was charged with driving under the influence of a drug (OUID).  After being pulled over for speeding, Koon admitted to smoking marihuana earlier in the day.  A blood test revealed that Koon had active THC in his system.  At trial, the judge required [...]

Pro bono clinic helps students with legal issues, Central Michigan University, Todd Levitt, February 20th 2012, News

2019-03-08T01:51:34+00:00February 20th, 2012|news|

 Pro bono clinic helps students with legal issues By Alayna Smith CM-Life     Amid waiting approval and limited use, the Student Government Association-led pro bono legal clinic for students has reopened. The first session was held Feb. 8 in Anspach 033, and will continue every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. [...]

High BAC Offenses ,MICHIGAN, SUPER DRUNK, HIGH BAC LAW, Levitt, Todd, Central Michigan Lawyer, CMU Student Lawyer, February 20th 2012, News

2019-03-08T01:51:35+00:00February 20th, 2012|news|

 MICHIGAN, SUPPER DRUNK, HIGH BAC LAW Beginning October 31, 2010, a new Operating While Intoxicated offense, more commonly referred to as a High BAC offense, has been created for individuals convicted of operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .17 grams or more. High BAC is a misdemeanor [...]

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