Legal Question in Civil Rights Law in Michigan

My son got a MIP 1 month before he turned 21. He had a pervious one when he was 18 and had dropped dirty and missed a court date so judge in Wayne county sent him to. Jail for 2 weeks. We'll this last MIP he went to. Court in front of judge bondy in oakland county. He gave him 18 month probation. Do. A breathalyzer in home for 180 days and drug test 2 times a month and etg community. Service. Pre treatment substance abuse treatment testing twice a month pay over 3000+ in fines the other plaintiff that. Was with him. Got 4 month probation only. And he furnished the liquor also he had a had a DUI. But because he played hockey with the judges son he got nothing! Is it worth appealing or going to a lawyer who could fight the violation of the eight amendment cruel and unusual punishment and get a cival right attorney My. Son is Hispanic and got the worst of all 4. And they. Were all together and did the same thing. MIP charges

Asked on 11/03/13, 4:20 pm

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Timothy Klisz Klisz Law Office, PLLC
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Very unlikely to be successful in an appeal. Probably just spending more money and making things worse. Certainly listen to other opinions, but I don't think this would work out well.

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Answered on 11/03/13, 5:57 pm

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