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Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer Corey Silverstein featured on TV20 Detroit

DUI Defense Attorney Corey Silverstein was recently featured on TV20 Detroit on the television show “Law and Reality”. In this episode, OWI Attorney Corey Silverstein discusses Michigan’s drunk driving laws, their penalties and gives advice on what to before, during and after an alcohol related driving incident. Criminal defense lawyer Corey Silverstein talks about MCL 257.625, MCL.625a, MCL 257.625b, MCL 257.625d, MCL 257.625e, MCL 257.625f, MCL 257.625g, and more. This is a must watch episode for all Michigan drivers.

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1st Amendment Attorney Corey Silverstein Featured on ABC Detroit

On March 13, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, released an opinion in the case of Debra Lee Cruise-Gulyas v. Matthew Wayne Minard. In an amazing opinion written by Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Sutton (which can be read here), the Court found the conduct of Officer Matthew Minard to be unconstitutional. More specifically, the Court found that Officer Matthew Minard violated Debra Lee Cruise-Gulyas’ first and fourth amendment rights. WXYZ Detroit (ABC) and Reporter Kim Russell provided incredible news coverage of the case and asked First Amendment Attorney Corey Silverstein to weigh in on the case. The full story can be read here.

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Criminal defense attorney Corey Silverstein returns to “Law and Reality”

Criminal defense attorney Corey Silverstein returns to star in the latest episode of “Law and Reality” that airs Sundays on TV20 Detroit. Attorney Corey Silverstein returns to star in the latest episode of Law and Reality as seen on WMYD TV20 Detroit. In this episode, criminal defense attorney Corey Silverstein discusses outstanding warrants and joins an interesting debate about the current state of the stock market. Outstanding warrants are not a joke and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Far too many people believe that if they ignore a warrant then it will simply go away as time passes. That type of thinking is erroneous and can lead to disastrous legal consequences including jail or prison time. If you or a loved one believes that he or she may have an outstanding warrant (bench warrant, misdemeanor warrant, or felony warrant) then you need to take aggressive action now. Don’t wait until it’s too late. We encourage you to contact us immediately to discuss your potential outstanding warrant and hire criminal defense attorney Corey Silverstein who will guide you through the legal minefield and get your life back on track. If you have been arrested for or charged with a criminal offense then…

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Domestic Violence Defense Attorney Corey Silverstein Featured on Law and Reality

Criminal defense attorney Corey Silverstein was recently featured on the television show “Law and Reality” that airs Sundays on TV20 Detroit. In this episode, criminal defense lawyer Corey Silverstein leads a discussion about domestic violence charges in Michigan and your constitutional rights (most notably the 5th Amendment). If you have been arrested or charged with Domestic Violence then we urge you to CONTACT US NOW to get the best legal representation available. Domestic Violence charges are especially complex and can affect the rest of your life. There are defenses to these type of criminal charges and the lawyers at Silverstein Legal are ready to aggressively fight the charges against you.

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Obscenity Charges against Florida Store Owner Dropped

BARTOW, Fla. - Polk County prosecutors dropped all charges yesterday against a store owner who was charged with distribution and possession of obscenity with intent to sell after detectives purchased 10 adult movies at a Sunoco gas station and convenience store in Dundee, Fla. "There will be no jail time, no conviction and no fines" for Minakashiben Patel, adult industry attorney Lawrence Walters told XBIZ. Walters and another adult industry attorney, Corey D. Silverstein, represent Patel and worked together to strike a deal with prosecutors. A total of 20 misdemeanors and one felony charge were filed against Patel, relating to adult DVDs sold from her gas station and convenience store in Polk County. Patel also was charged with sale of drug paraphernalia, based on selling Detox brand energy drink. Those charges were dismissed early on. "The obscenity charges have now been dismissed per an agreement with the state, where Ms. Patel agreed to make a $2,000 donation to a drug education and prevention fund," Walters said. "She further agreed to abide by existing state obscenity laws and not to sue the sheriff or prosecutors as a result of the arrest. “Corey and I are proud of the result we obtained…

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