Michigan Once Again Looking at Increasing Speed Limit on Some Freeways

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This spring, legislation is once again being introduced to the Michigan House considering increasing the speed limit on rural freeways from 70 to 80. Introduced not too long ago, the bill has been revived and lawmakers are again considering these increases. This topic has been one of more than just a little debate over Read More

Driving Without Insurance in Michigan

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License and proof of insurance please? Even if you haven’t been stopped in Michigan, you are likely familiar with these requests made by officers during a traffic stop. Until the end of 2014, your proof of insurance was the only easy proof of insurance readily available during a traffic stop. Now, an in-car computer in Read More

The Admissibility of Michigan Roadside Sobriety Tests

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A simple error in wording in a Michigan Law which went into effect in January of 2015, has led to an unexpected consequence with regard to the admissibility of field sobriety tests in court. Enrolled House Bill 5385 which was approved on October 14th, 2014 and went into effect on January 12th, 2015 was enacted in an Read More

Changes to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act

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The Federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a law which gives you the right to access information at a federal level. Often considered a way of “keeping the government honest”, this law provides that as an American, you have the right to request information relating to defense, justice, the environment, security and Read More

Wolverine Law Announces Our Newly Re-Designed, Mobile Friendly Website


After weeks of production, Wolverine Law is proud to announce the launch of its new, updated and even better, mobile friendly website at www.wolverinelaw.com. The same great content we have always offered but our newly designed site has been modified for easier use for our many mobile users. Better organized and Read More