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Should the law consider local court costs 'illegal taxes?'

Nobody likes to go to court for a criminal matter, and more importantly, nobody likes to be convicted. Then, to add insult to injury, most criminal courts will levy exorbitant court costs against the defendants they convict. Unfortunately, most low-income criminal defendants can't afford to pay these costs, and the money owed can cause problems for defendants later on down the road -- even resulting in further jail time.

Michigan legislators do poorly in preventing drunk driving

The residents of St. Clair Shores, Michigan, want safe streets for themselves and for their families. One of the most important parts of making that happen is keeping drunk drivers off the streets so those drunk drivers don't wreck property, injure some people, kill others or wind up in criminal defense cases. After all, drunk drivers tend to be careless drivers, and they react poorly to dangerous situations, imperiling everyone around them.

Doctor indicted for selling prescription drugs

Residents of St. Clair Shores, Michigan, and other parts of Michigan sincerely hope that most of their local medical practitioners are fine, upstanding people who conduct their businesses in skilled, informed and ethical ways. Unfortunately, that is not always the case, and some medical practitioners engage in conduct that is so reprehensible that they wind up needing criminal defense representation in an effort to deal with the consequences of their unprofessional actions.

Roadside saliva tests for drugs finally begins to be a reality

Up until now, a driver who was high on cocaine, meth or some form of opiate was more likely to slip past an officer after being pulled over for a traffic violation than one that was drunk -- but that may finally be changing thanks to the invention of a roadside test that uses saliva to test for a number of illicit drugs.

Citizens can get cash for calling hotline about drug dealers

From time to time, drug crimes are committed in the St. Clair Shores, Michigan, area. Sometimes authorities institute programs to enlist the general public's help in finding the people responsible, so they can endeavor to launch criminal cases. One such program actually pays citizens to report drug dealers, and it appears to be working.

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