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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 …


Abuse of Children Versus Discipline: When Is a Line Crossed?/Mental and Physical Abuse Charges

Parents have certain rights in regard to disciplining their children in Michigan. However, it can sometimes be difficult to understand where a parent’s rights end. At what point does disciplining a child become abuse?

Understanding the legal difference between disciplining …


From Federal Court to Your Case: Applying Federal Litigation Experience

Going to court can be a big deal, especially in federal cases. Lawyers who have experience in federal courts bring a lot of know-how to the table. This experience can be really helpful for clients, especially in criminal defense cases …


Client’s Case Dismissed After Prosecutor’s Failure to Produce Viable Evidence

Attorney John Freeman recently secured a case dismissal for his client charged with two felonies. How did he manage to get these serious charges dismissed? Here is what you need to know about case dismissals in Michigan and how a …


Attorney John Freeman: Navigating the Dangers of Vigilante Stings

In recent news from The Detroit News, the tragic story of a vigilante’s dangerous sting operations surfaced. Our attorney, John Freeman, is among the legal minds navigating this complex situation. He’s been representing clients affected by these controversial tactics, emphasizing …