With years of experience as an assistant prosecuting attorney assigned to major felony prosecution of homicides, home invasion, armed robbery, and criminal sexual conduct cases, I have successfully litigated thousands of criminal and civil cases covering a broad range of complex legal issues. With over 30 years combined experience in all aspects of the criminal justice system, I have a unique understanding of the criminal justice process. This includes experience as a former police officer, assistant prosecutor, a private practice attorney and as an instructor and presenter with both the Michigan State Bar - Criminal Law Section and the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan on issues involving drunk driving and domestic violence.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
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- 6th Circuit
- Owner, Attorney
- Champion Law Offices
- - Current
- Prosecuting Attorney
- Allegan County Prosecutors
- University of Denver
- J.D. (1994) | Law
- Honors: Barristers’ Cup Fellow; Marion F. Jones Memorial Scholarship recipient; recipient of the American Jurisprudence Awards for Trial Practice and Advance Trial Practice.
- Activities: Articles Editor of the Transportation Law Journal
- Ferris State University
- B.S. (1977) | Criminal Justice
- Michigan State Bar  # 52726
- Day of Reckoning
- Dateline NBC
- Q. My daughter will be turning 18 by the end of the year. Can child support be modified after 18? She'll be living with me
- A: If she still has not graduated from high school, he will still have to pay child support. If she lives with you 100% of the time, you will be entitled to more child support.
- Q. Domestic Violence an child abuse as retaliation to a child custody case.
- A: You need an experienced criminal defense attorney now. The prosecutors determined there is enough for a warrant. An attorney will be able to discuss the details of the case and sequence of events with the prosecutor, and attempt to get the case dismissed.
- Q. Who do i notify im moving to michigan frm indiana if ive got joint but not physical custody? Do i need courts ok
- A: Which ever court holds your current custody order will have to approve any move out of state.