Breaking News 2012
October 10, 2012 – Client re-sentenced in Wayne County after a successful appeal of his sentence - original sentence of 90 months to 15 years for home invasion second degree was reduced to a sentence of 60 months to 15 years - a 30 month reduction on the minimum sentence
October 9, 2012 – A Wayne County jury found Mitch's client not guilty of assault with a dangerous weapon (felonious assault); a 4 year felony
October 2, 2012 –Mitch's client was facing felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon; a 5 year felony. A district court judge in Clarkston dismissed charges of carrying a concealed weapon on the date of the preliminary examination
September 19, 2012 –Mitch's client was facing a violation of his felony probation. A circuit court judge in Oakland County discharged Mitch's client from probation without imposing any jail time.
August 20, 2012 – A prosecutor in Berrien County dismissed a charge of possession of marijuana on the final jury status conference, saving Mitch's client from a suspension of his driver's license, fines, possible jail time of up to 1 year, and probation
March 29, 2012 - REMOVAL FROM SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY - Mitch filed a motion in Crawford County Circuit Court in Grayling in front of Circuit Judge Janet Allen requesting that his client be removed from Michigan's Sex Offender Registry. After determining that the victim was 13 years old but less than 16 years old and that the client and his victim's age difference was within 4 years and that there was no force used to engage in sexual intercourse, Judge Allen signed an order removing Mitch's client from the sex offender registry. This order was sent to the Michigan State Police Sex Offender Registry Unit and on March 29, 2012, Mitch's client was sent a letter from the State Police informing that he had been successfully removed from the registry and that he no longer had to register as a sex offender.
February 16, 2012 – Mitch’s client found NOT GUILTY of home invasion –first degree and domestic violence by an Oakland County jury. If convicted he could have been sentenced to 20 years in prison.