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How Do I Remove a Criminal Conviction from my Record?

In Michigan, a criminal conviction can be removed from one’s criminal record through the expungement process. When a criminal conviction is expunged, a person can honestly represent to employers and others that they have not been convicted of the expunged crime. Importantly, the expungement process is a privilege, not a right, and certain requirements must be met before a criminal conviction can be expunged.

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Can my Spouse and I Share a Divorce Lawyer?

Technically, no. An attorney cannot represent both spouses in a divorce. However, as a cost saving measure when couples agree on property distribution and custody issues, it is possible to have only one attorney involved. That attorney would only represent one party while the other party remains unrepresented. That attorney would file the divorce action and prepare a Consent Judgment of Divorce that would reflect the parties' agreement as made clear to the attorney by his or her client.

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Do I Need a Lawyer if I am Arrested for Driving Drunk?

If you are placed under arrest on the suspicion of driving drunk, you may think your life is over. While drunk driving charges can be serious, it is not the end of the world as you know it. It is imperative that you know your rights when you are stopped by a police officer on suspicion of drunk driving, during an investigation into drunk driving, and after an arrest for drunk driving. It is also important to understand both the criminal and civil consequences of a drunk driving arrest.

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