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Did a USC Doctor and Predator Hide in Plain Sight for Nearly 30 Years?

Blog Posts, USC - Tyndall|

George Tyndall worked at the University of Southern California (USC) as a gynecologist for nearly thirty years before he was allowed to quietly step down from his position after reports came to light that complaints had been filed against him for sexual assault. It isn’t clear when Tyndall began assaulting women under the guise of medical treatment, but [...]

USC Gynecologist George Tyndall is Being Investigated & Sued For Assaulting And Sexually Abusing Hundreds Of Women

Blog Posts, Manvir S. Grewal, USC - Tyndall|

Sexual assault attorney Mick Grewal discusses the allegations against the University of Southern California gynecologist George Tyndall Last month, the Los Angeles police department launched an investigation into allegations of sexual assault committed by gynecologist George Tyndall, M.D., who was the only on-campus gynecologist for students at University of Southern California (USC).  The police are investigating more than 400 [...]

THE END OF “NOBLE EXPERIMENTS”?—FAILED PROHIBITIONS IN THE AREAS OF MARIJUANA AND SPORTS BETTING OPEN DOORS FOR NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Blog Posts, John Fraser|

While prohibition of alcohol ended in 1933, most Americans have lived with some form of prohibition of marijuana and sports betting for their entire lives. As was the case with the prohibition of alcohol, the illegality of marijuana or sports betting has done little to curb use or participation by everyday Americans. History does have a tendency to repeat itself, and prohibition of these two activities has caused significant unintended consequences while doing little to prevent participation.

O.W. High: How Stoned is Too Stoned to Drive?

John Fraser, Marijuana|

How much marijuana can I use before I drive or how long do I have to wait after using before I can drive? The dangers of drinking and driving are well known. Most drivers in Michigan know that the legal limit for alcohol is a 0.08% blood alcohol content (BAC) and that a BAC of [...]

Attorney John Fraser Named to Marijuana Law Section Council

Blog Posts, Grewal News|

Congratulations to Grewal Law PLLC Associate Attorney John Fraser for being named to the Council of the Marijuana Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan! The Marijuana Law Section was formed as a section of the State Bar of Michigan in 2015 in response to the confusing state of marijuana law in Michigan and [...]

Mick Grewal and John Fraser joined Tim Barrons Radio Michigan talk medical marijuana law updates. 12-19-2017

John Fraser, Manvir S. Grewal, Medical Marijuana|

Grewal Law PLLC attorneys Mick Grewal and John Fraser joined Tim Barrons Radio Michigan this week to talk medical marijuana law updates. (12-19-2017) If you missed the live broadcast, you can listen here

Recreational Marijuana Ballot Initiative Likely to Head to Michigan Voters in November 2018

Blog Posts, John Fraser, Medical Marijuana|

Michigan voters will likely have the opportunity to join states like Colorado, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and others in legalizing adult recreational use of marijuana in November 2018. An organization known as the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol has been gathering signatures on petitions for months to allow Michigan voters to decide the issue. [...]

Drugged Driving Crackdown: Michigan Police Officers to Begin Mouth Swabs in 5 Counties [Starts Nov. 8th, 2017]

Blog Posts, Manvir S. Grewal|

Michigan is attempting to crack down on drugged driving—those who drive under the influence of a controlled substance. In 2016, Michigan enacted a 1 year pilot program limited to use in 5 counties throughout the state. The pilot program is scheduled to go into effect on November 8, 2017 in the following counties: Berrien, Delta, Kent, St. Clair, and [...]

How can I get a felony charge removed from my record in Michigan?

Blog Posts, Manvir S. Grewal|

Do you have a felony conviction that you would like removed from your record?  Are you wondering if it is even possible to have a conviction expunged?   The process of setting aside a conviction, also known as an expungement, can make a big difference in your life.  By having the conviction set aside, it allows you to mark that you have not been convicted of a crime opening up additional opportunities for you that may not exist with the conviction on your record.

Grewal Law Attorneys Talk Marijuana Law with Tim Barron Recorded October 12th

Blog Posts|

Are you interested in learning more about Michigan’s marijuana laws? If so, be sure to tune in to tune in to Tim Barron’s Radio Michigan Show on October 12th at 8AM. Grewal Law PLLC attorneys Mick Grewal and John Fraser will be discussing the current state of Michigan’s marijuana laws, including marijuana business licensing. Tim [...]