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What the Supreme Court’s Chevron Ruling Means for Gun Rights: Insights from the Law Office of John Freeman

The Supreme Court recently issued a landmark decision that could reshape the regulatory landscape for gun owners. In a 6-2 ruling, the Court struck down the 1984 Chevron doctrine. This decision, arising from the case Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, …


Drag Racing

Are you facing drag racing charges in Michigan? A conviction could lead to significant consequences, including hefty fines and jail time. Don’t risk your future by facing these charges alone. A skilled Michigan defense lawyer can protect your rights and …


Second-Degree Murder

Are you facing second-degree murder charges in Michigan? These charges can have severe consequences, including the possibility of life in prison upon conviction. This means your future and freedom are at stake, so having experienced legal representation working for you …


Michigan’s Trump Electors – No Criminal Intent

In the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, electors from seven states, including Michigan, set the stage that if it turned out that President Donald Trump won the popular vote, the Electoral College votes would be cast on his behalf. …


What is Vehicular Manslaughter?

Vehicular manslaughter charges can turn your life upside down in an instant. One tragic accident, and suddenly you find yourself accused of a serious crime that carries heavy penalties. If you’re facing vehicular manslaughter charges in Michigan, you likely feel …


What to Do if Your Concealed Pistol or Outdoor Licenses Expire in Michigan

Michigan’s requirements for carrying a concealed pistol, and for hunting and fishing include having a valid state-issued license. Fees paid to acquire or retain a concealed pistol license (CPL) and outdoor licenses supposedly help pay for wildlife conservation, safety training, …