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Retrial and Exoneration of a Man Wrongfully Convicted in 2007

After being wrongfully convicted of two counts of criminal sexual conduct in 2007, Dennis Tomasik was finally vindicated when a jury came back with not guilty verdicts after deliberating for just 19 minutes. The ordeal began when a teenager with a hi… Read More
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Takura Nyamfukudza Earns a Felony Dismissal

Takura Nyamfukudza earned a hard-fought victory with the dismissal of a felonious assault charge for a client. The client said that he was actually the victim and he had taped the complaining witness making certain statements on the night in question… Read More
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Takura Nyamfukudza Earns Another “Not Guilty” Verdict!

Takura Nyamfukudza earned another “not guilty” verdict for his client in a malicious destruction of property case. He told the jury that his client may have broken the woman’s heart, but he did not break her windows. The jury agreed. Bravo! Read More
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Takura Nyamfukudza Convinces Judge to Terminate a PPO

After a multi-day hearing, Takura Nyamfukudza convinced a judge to terminate a Personal Protection Order that had been taken out against a client. Well-done! Read More
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Mary Chartier Wins Another Medical Marijuana Appeal!

Mary Chartier won a medical marijuana case on appeal that involved whether the interior of a registered patient’s car is a “public place” under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. The patient – a sixty-seven-year-old man who had survived a co… Read More
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Felony and Misdemeanor Charge Dismissed!

Mary Chartier earned a dismissal of felony and misdemeanor charges against a client who had been wrongfully charged. The client said that he started sleeping better once he hired Mary as his attorney. Read More
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Takura Nyamfukudza Earns Another Not Guilty Verdict

Takura Nyamfukudza earned another not guilty verdict in a jury trial involving an assault. He convinced the jury the client was acting in self-defense, and this young college student can now go forward with a clean criminal record. Read More
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Mary Chartier’s Supreme Court Victory in People v Koon Named One of the Year’s Most Important Opinions

Mary Chartier’s Michigan Supreme Court victory in People v Koon was named one of the year’s most important opinions by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. This victory for medical marijuana patients has had wide-ranging implications throughout the state. Read More
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Mary Chartier Wins a Dismissal Under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act

Mary Chartier won a dismissal under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMA) based on Section 4 of the statute. The issue was whether a registered patient – who was medicating in the passenger seat of his parked car in a parking lot – was protect… Read More
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Takura Nyamfukudza Gets a Not Guilty Verdict for His Client in an Assault Trial

Attorney Takura Nyamfukudza recently won a Not Guilty verdict during a jury trial on two counts involving an alleged assault. This was his first jury trial. His attorney thanked him for “being his first.” Way to go, Takura! Read More
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