Michigan State University (MSU) students often are pulled over on I-127 traveling from East Lansing to Mount Pleasant, as well as from Mount Pleasant back to East Lansing. Once stopped by a police officer, students are often charged with such offenses ranging from Drunk Driving (DUI); (OWI); Possession of Marijuana; Driving on Suspended License; Open Intoxicant; MIP; Reckless Driving; Resisting Arrest or Fleeing and Eluding. These stops occur in St. Johns, MI, Clinton County, 65A District Court, or Ithaca, MI, Gratiot County, 65B District Court.

Western Michigan University students (WMU) travel to Central Michigan University (CMU), Mount Pleasant, MI, for the Western Michigan & Central Michigan football game. Many may get arrested for Drunk Driving (DUI); MIP; Open Intoxication; Resisting Arrest; Drunk and Disorderly; Fleeing and Eluding or Possession of Marijuana. Mount Pleasant, MI, Lawyer, Todd Levitt, has been representing Western Michigan University (WMU) and Michigan State University (MSU) students for over 17 years when they find themselves arrested or in trouble with the law.

Todd Levitt, Central Michigan Lawyer, is a CMU Alumni and an Adjunct Professor at CMU. Todd’s office is located close to the CMU campus thus making it convenient for students and their parents. For a free consultation, contact us at 989-772-6000. If your son or daughter cannot find transportation to meet with Todd, we will provide free cab service for pickup and drop off.