Over the years, we have become increasingly reliant on technology to assist us with the most minute and, at times, most essential tasks. Whether or not we understand it, many of these tasks require the collection of extensive amounts of data about the most intimate details of our lives. Smartphones
A recent opinion by the Michigan Court of Appeals has clarified standards for what constitutes “usable marijuana” under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act or MMMA. The opinion in People v. Manuel has been described by some as a landmark decision on medical marijuana litigation in the State of
A recent opinion issued by the Michigan Court of Appeals has clarified the standard governing the relationship between a criminal offense and the restitution the defendant must provide. If you or someone you know has been accused of a criminal offense that involves restitution, contact the Peter J.
In a recent decision, the Michigan Court of Appeals gave greater clarity to the definition of a plant under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. If you or someone you know has been charged with a violation of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act, contact the Peter J. Johnson Law Office, PLLC, a leading
In a recent decision, the Michigan Court of Appeals declined to enforce portions of a prenuptial agreement limiting the discretion of the trial court to intervene in property distribution between the parties. If you or someone you know are considering entering into a prenuptial agreement or are
After years of ambiguity, the Michigan Supreme Court is poised to hear multiple cases that may offer clarity on several issues when parents are unable to agree on changes to a child’s school district. If you or someone you know is contemplating a move that would require changing a minor child’s
According to a recent opinion issued by the Michigan Court of Appeals, a defendant cannot receive enhanced sentencing for delivering drugs in a school zone unless the prosecution establishes that he or she actually intended to deliver drugs within the school zone itself. If you or someone you know
In a recent decision, the Michigan Supreme Court found that a homeowner cannot be charged with larceny for the removal of fixtures from his foreclosed home. If you or someone close to you has been charged with the crime of larceny, contact Peter J. Johnson Law Office, PLLC, a leading criminal