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Aggravated Indecent Exposure/Indecent Exposure

In my practice, I have defended a number of cases involving Indecent Exposure or Aggravated Indecent Exposure. Recently I had positive resolutions in the felony cases of Aggravated Indecent Exposure case in St. Clair County, Macomb County, Oakland County and Wayne County. These cases originated out of Port Huron, Warren, Ferndale, and Detroit. I have

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Charged with a DUI or OWI in Warren or Macomb County?

Being charged with drunk driving, DUI, OWI, OUIL, or whatever other term one wants to call it, is a very scary situation for anyone involved. It’s why you need an experienced criminal defense attorney that will take your case very seriously from start to finish. This is true whether your case is originating out of

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Looking for a Roseville, Fraser, and Macomb County Defense Attorney?

If you have been charged with a crime in Roseville or Fraser, your case will be heard at the 39th District Court located at  29733 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066 There are three Judges who preside in Roseville and Fraser: Judge Marco Santia, Judge Catherine Steenland, and Judge Joseph Boedeker. Attorney Bill Barnwell has appeared in

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Facing a Criminal Charge in Sterling Heights?

If you have been charged with a crime in Sterling Heights, your case will be heard at the 41-A District Court located at 40111 Dodge Park Road, Sterling Heights, MI 48313. There are three Judges who preside in Sterling Heights: Judge Michael Maceroni, Judge Stephen Sierawski, and Judge Kimberly Wiegand. Attorney Bill Barnwell has appeared in

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Facing a Charge in the 37th District Court in Warren or Center Line? Barnwell Law Can Help

If you’ve been charged with a crime in the 37th District Court, you could be facing a misdemeanor or a felony. The 37th District Court has a court in Warren and a court in Center Line. There are four Judges in the 37th District Court: The Hon. John Chmura, the Hon. Suzanne Faunce, the Hon.

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If I’m Arrested, Will I Be Out on Bail or Stay In Jail?

A frequent concern of people facing arrest or awaiting an arraignment is whether or not they will be able to stay out of jail while their case is pending. In a previous post we discussed when a bond is set: At an arraignment, and what an arraignment is. Today let’s talk about whether you or

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Charged With a Crime or DUI in Macomb County? Now What?

If you’ve been charged with a DUI or any type of crime anywhere in Macomb County or any other county, the first step in the criminal process is something called an “Arraignment.” An arraignment serves only two purposes: To inform the person charged exactly what they are being charged with and the maximum possibility penalty

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