Central Michigan’s Premier Law Firm
Representing Northern, Mid-Michigan and Upper Peninsula Communities since 1994.
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CMU ALUMNIS, Todd L. Levitt has been representing CMU Students for more than 27 years. Todd Levitt graduated from CMU in “88.” and is a former adjunct professor at CMU in The College of Business. Levitt was also an Academic Advisor to a number of student organizations including the Delta Chi Fraternity.
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Central and Northern Michigan Lawyer
Levitt Law Firm is a criminal defense firm, providing legal representation for more than two decades throughout Central, Northern & the Upper Peninsula regions of Michigan. Levitt Law Firm works as a team, tirelessly to ensure the best possible result given all of the competing interests. Attorney Todd L. Levitt, has a reputation of relentless pursuit of justice on behalf of his clients.
Levitt is a Michigan native. Check out the popular radio show/podcast, “The Todd L. Levitt Law Show, broadcasting Sunday mornings from 8-9AM, 98.5 WUPS, Houghton Lake, Rock 105/95.5 Traverse City, Petoskey Cheboygan.
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The Dangers of Non-Compliance
For our fifth episode of CannaBiz With Canna-Chris, we talk with practicing attorney Todd Levitt. He provides us with examples of real life non-compliance cases and how businesses can avoid them. Cannabis is one of the most highly regulated industries in the U.S. and having information and resources about compliance is crucial to navigating these pitfalls.
Cannabis Attorney Todd Levitt On How To Avoid A Cannabis DUI
The Dude & Scotty Real here with Todd Levitt, a cannabis criminal defense lawyer in Michigan who also has his own podcast, The Marijuana Law Podcast, and radio show and is an avid advocate for the legalization of cannabis in a responsible way. Today he’s here to talk about the law around ‘Stop and ID,’ and how you can avoid a cannabis DUI and how the best defense is for you to have your medical card if it’s possible in your state or country.