Daniel P. Hilf’s Guides

Daniel P. Hilf

Troy Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. EB-5 Due Diligence Questions

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, over 1 year ago.

    1.What is the record forI-526 approvals and I-526 denials received by the Regional Center? For denials, what is the reason or reasons for the denial? The number ofI-526 approvalsandI-526 denialsis a good indicator (but not the only indicator)as to whether or not a particularRe...

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  2. Consequences For A Drunk Driving Conviction

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, over 1 year ago.

    The following is a list of the top 50 possible consequences of a drinking and driving conviction in Michigan. Some of the items on this list will definitely apply, and others may not apply, to your own particular circumstances.

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  3. Defenses for Probation Violations

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, over 1 year ago.

    It issometimes difficult todefend accusations of probation violationinMichigandue to the low burden of proof (preponderance of the evidence) and the allowable use of hearsay evidence because the rules of evidence do not apply in the same manner forviolation of probation hearings....

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  4. Michigan Parole Board

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, almost 2 years ago.

    The Michigan Parole Board is comprised of a ten member board, with each member appointed by the director of the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC). The Parole Board meets regularly to review cases and decide whether or not to grant applications for parole. Generally, in o...

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  5. Mental Illness and Michigan Criminal Charges

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, almost 2 years ago.

    Many individuals charged with criminal offenses in Michigan suffer from some form of mental illness. Just because someone is mentally ill does not necessarily mean that a criminal charge will be dismissed or reduced. Outside of a plea bargain or deferred sentence (both of which a...

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  6. Juvenile Court

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, almost 2 years ago.

    Persons younger than 17 years old accused of delinquency often have their matter addressed by the juvenile Court system. Delinquency charges in most cases are not considered as criminal matters, although the charges often stem from behavior that would be prosecuted under criminal...

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  7. Casino Related Offenses in Michigan

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, about 2 years ago.

    There are a number of different crimes in Michigan, under state law, related to gambling, gaming, and casinos. In as much as casinos provide a significant source of revenue to the state and local governments, these crimes are diligently pursued by the Michigan Attorney General's ...

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  8. ICE Stop and Detention Advice

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, about 2 years ago.

    Advice If You Are Stopped Or Detained By ICE (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Do not lie to a federal officer. An ICE officer is a federal officer. Lying to a federal officer could constitute criminal obstruction of justice which could be considered an aggravated felony. ...

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  9. DREAM Act, DREAMERS, Deferred Action

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, about 2 years ago.

    TheDREAMActis alive in part thanks to the Obama administration in a brave new plan. Individuals brought to the United States as children as "illegal aliens" who meet certain requirements will not be deported or placed into removal proceedings. Moreover, the ability to work legal...

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  10. Criminal Appeals

    Written by attorney Daniel Hilf, over 2 years ago.

    You should hire anexperienced criminal defense lawyer, such as the lawyers atHilf Hilf, PLC,concerning anycriminal appellate issues. Criminal appeals in Michiganare handled by several Courts depending upon the circumstances: The Michigan Supreme Courtis the highest level Court ...

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