Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Dan Geherin's Track Record of "Leaving the Scene" Cases

Dan Geherin, owner of the Geherin Law Group PLLC (GLGMichigan) in Ann Arbor, has defended hundreds of Leaving the Scene/Failing to Report cases in his 22+year career.  Dan has a long, verifiable track record of success defending these allegations, both in terms of trial victories, voluntary dismissals and successful negotiations. He’s also a driver’s license specialist (see his website, MiLicenseLawyer.com), so he knows how to answer questions about license consequences and help client avoid the pitfalls of these charges and the effect they have on a person’s ability to drive. 
If you’re being investigated or charged with “Hit and Run” allegations in Ann Arbor or throughout Washtenaw County, please contact Dan and his firm at GLG Michigan immediately. We’ll thoroughly explain the laws and determine whether a viable defense exists for your charge.
Schedule a free consultation online at glgmichigan.com or call (734) 263-2780 (we’re open 24/7).

Monday, August 12, 2019

Common Domestic Violence Questions

Every day, Dan answers calls from people facing allegations of Domestic Violence. Many ask these same questions:
“What is Domestic Violence? What must be proven?”
“Is Domestic Violence a misdemeanor, or felony?”
“How do I prove my innocence if I didn’t commit this offense”
“Will I go to jail/prison if I’m guilty of Domestic Violence?”
“If my spouse wants the charges dismissed, will the whole criminal charge simply go away?”
Domestic Violence charges are brought by the State, City or Township Prosecutor—not by the individual complainant/alleged victim. Charges range from a 93-day maximum misdemeanor offense to a 4-year maximum felony offense. What typically explains the wide difference in charges? Two factors: Degree of Injury and Prior Domestic Violence conviction(s) (if applicable).
Unfortunately, these charges are occasionally imposed by a disgruntled lover or angry spouse aiming to get advantage in a divorce/custody fight. Likewise, people are often arrested for Domestic Violence when in reality the complainant/alleged victim does not want or request prosecution.

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Friday, July 26, 2019

The Challenge for Criminal Defense Attorneys

Criminal Defense Attorneys in Ann Arbor are often tasked with this challenge:  Meeting people at their worst, while simultaneously instilling confidence that personal justice can be achieved. As importantly, Ann Arbor Criminal Defense Attorneys must be willing and ready to stand up and fight--intelligently and aggressively--for clients who are facing life-altering consequences of a criminal conviction. In those times of need, they need an Ann Arbor Criminal Defense Attorney committed to both results and client service.  With Dan and GLG Michigan, those are the triple-goals of their firm: Personal Attention, Personal Results, and Personal Justice. That’s our slogan and the mantra by which we defend all criminal charges cases in Ann Arbor and throughout Southeastern Michigan. 

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Monday, July 1, 2019

Dan Geherin Returned to His Roots in Ann Arbor

After six years, Dan left California and returned to his roots in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Michigan. Since then, he has proudly defined himself as an “Ann Arbor Criminal Defense Attorney,” establishing offices in Kerrytown, on Main Street, and now on Eisenhower Parkway across from the Ann Arbor Fire Station. For the last two decades, Dan has been widely recognized as one of the top criminal defense attorneys in Ann Arbor, defending every type of case from traffic offenses to high-profile homicide cases. He has received countless accolades for his work in the criminal defense field, and as of 2019, is the only board-certified criminal trial attorney in Ann Arbor (and one of only 3 in the State of Michigan). Most importantly, he has earned the respect and trust of his peers, of the judges, and of the police and prosecutors. 

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Monday, June 10, 2019

Know the Difference Between An OWI and a DUI

  

Most states call a drunk driving case a “DUI.”  Some call it “DWI.”  Michigan, on the other hand, uses a complicated acronym designation for alcohol (and drug) driving offenses.  For starters, Michigan uses “O” for “Operation” instead of “D” for driving.  Why?  Because Michigan laws punish more conduct than simply driving.  For example, a person parked in a car might be charged and convicted of OWI in Michigan even if the police did not see him move the car one inch!

Lastly, Michigan uses “VI” for “Visibly Impaired” to cover all substance abuse driving offenses (drug and alcohol) where there might not be an unlawful blood alcohol level or controlled substance used, but rather the person’s ability to operate a motor vehicle is visibly impaired by the use of alcohol, controlled substances, or both.  Often times, people who are involved in accidents while using their prescribed medications face OWVI charges---even if their levels were within normal, therapeutic levels.
f you or a loved one has been arrested for any substance-related driving offense and are confused over the laws, consequences and possible defenses, please contact Dan Geherin and his team at GLG Michigan.  We’re available 24/7, and we will help put you at ease, form a plan to handle your case, and fight aggressively to achieve personal justice.  Schedule online at GLGMichigan, or call (734) 263-2780 anytime 24/7.   

Friday, May 31, 2019

What You Need to Know About Embezzlement Charges




A store employee is fired for allegedly taking $50 out of the cash register.  A high-level business executive is alleged to have “skimmed” from his company for years, to the tune of $800,000.00.  A volunteer for a youth baseball/softball league is suspected of taking thousands of dollars from the fundraising coffers. That is Embezzlement.
If you are being investigated or charged with Embezzlement in Washtenaw County or throughout Southeastern Michigan, please contact Dan Geherin and his firm at GLG Michigan immediately.  We’re available 24/7, and we will help put you at ease, form a plan to handle your case, and fight aggressively to restore your reputation and protect your freedom.  Schedule online at GLGMichigan
, or call 24/7 (734) 263-2780. 





Friday, May 3, 2019

Detailed, Specific, and Transparent Breakdown of Fees

When a potential client calls GLGMichigan, he/she will be greeted with respect, knowledge and clarity.  If the firm can help, we will provide information about the case and options on how best to handle it.  Then, we will lay out a detailed, specific and transparent breakdown of expected attorney fees, and how those fees will be earned.  Most importantly, our firm never takes on a case without explaining and executing a written fee structure signed by both client and attorney. 
Personal Attention, Personal Results, and Personal Justice.   That’s our slogan and the mantra by which we practice.  And all of that begins with a clear, transparent pricing plan so that clients can focus on their case and rest assured they have hired the right attorneys.

Dan Geherin's Track Record of "Leaving the Scene" Cases

Dan Geherin, owner of the Geherin Law Group PLLC (GLGMichigan) in Ann Arbor, has defended hundreds of Leaving the Scene/Failing to Report c...