What you can expect at a Macomb County Probation Violation.
In Michigan, a person my be placed on Macomb County probation after a conviction. The Michigan Legislature has stated that “the granting of probation is a matter of grace conferring no vested right to its continuance.” Essentially, the law states that a defendant is not entitled to probation as a matter of right. The court has the ability to revoke a probationary term if the probationer violates any of the terms set by the court. Revocation of Probation Statute. This article describes what you can expect from a Macomb County probation violation. (Although the article applies to probation violations in any county).
Testimony preparation is the final key to success at the license restoration hearing. Once the required information has been sent to the Secretary of State to request a license restoration hearing, it will all come down to your testimony. Your testimony should “seal the deal” to get your license back.
Heroin possession is a serious charge often accompanied by an equally serious and dangerous addiction. Across the country the news reports on the opioid epidemic affecting many people. We have seen the effects of the epidemic first-hand in criminal cases. In many instances, prescription pill abuse often leads to heroin use. People turn to heroin because it is much cheaper to purchase than Vicodin. We agree with the courts that doctors over-prescribe prescription pills. For some, that is where the addiction starts. Prescription medication is very often the catalyst for heroin addiction.
“Do I need a lawyer for a traffic ticket in Michigan?” In short: yes. While a traffic ticket is not a criminal offense and does not have the risk of jail time the consequences of a traffic violation can have serious and costly repercussions.