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Can My Teenager Be Charged as an Adult?

Read More! May 25, 2023

Johnny, age 17, causes a traffic accident in which another driver is killed. When the police start to investigate, they find out that Johnny was drinking and smoking marijuana just before getting into the car. His parents are worried sick, but take initia...

Personal Justice For Two Young Clients Facing False Claims

Read More! November 28, 2022 | By Daniel T. Geherin

This month, two young clients of Geherin Law Group, PLLC. can breathe a huge sigh of relief and put their lives back together after being falsely accused of criminal wrongdoing.   Charles [1] is a student at the University of Michigan who was wr...

Can a Criminal Charge Take Away Your Gun Rights in Michigan? 

Read More! June 29, 2022 | By Daniel T. Geherin

There are thousands of proud gun owners and enthusiasts in Michigan. Michigan residents use firearms for many reasons, including hobbies (target shooting), recreational sports (hunting), and home or self-protection. Many go the extra mile and apply for a ...

University of Michigan “ECRT” Hearings

Read More! April 6, 2022 | By Daniel T. Geherin

The University of Michigan has created a department called the Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX Office (ECRT) to handle sexual and gender-based misconduct cases that occur on its campus or by its members (students and employees). The University of Michi...

Common Questions About Refusals in Drunk Driving Arrests

Read More! March 17, 2022 | By Daniel T. Geherin

You’re leaving your favorite restaurant after drinking two glasses of wine and are suddenly pulled over by police.  Fear, anxiety, and confusion set in.  Suddenly, the officer is barking out questions and commands, and before you know it y...

What is an “Advice of Rights” Form for Criminal Cases? 

Read More! February 1, 2022 | By Daniel T. Geherin

When a person is charged with a criminal offense in Michigan, they typically have two options:  litigate or negotiate. The majority of criminal cases don’t go to litigation or trial, but resolve with a plea of some sort (either a plea or senten...