On June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, reversing decades of precedent and withdrawing the constitutional right for women to control their bodies, futures, and lives. This ruling will have profound implications for the lives of people across the Country.
Oliver Law Group, P.C. and the American Civil Liberties Union Win Final Judgment in Sex Offender Registration Act Litigation
On June 21, 2021, Judge Cleland of the Eastern District Court of Michigan issued an order granting final judgment declaring the 2006 and 2011 amendments to Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Act (“SORA”) unconstitutional.
Jury Sides with Military Veterans in First 3M Defective Earplug Trial
On Friday, April 30, 2021, a Florida jury found 3M Co liable for hearing damage suffered by 3 U.S. military veterans due to its defective 3M Combat Arms Earplugs. The jury awarded each plaintiff $2.1 million in punitive damages and a total of $830,500 in compensatory damages for their medical bills, missed wages, and pain and suffering.
FAQ About Michigan's ‘Clean Slate’ Laws
As of April 11, 2021, Michigan’s “Clean Slate” laws are effective, making it easier for convicted individuals to expunge serious misdemeanors and non-violent felonies committed in the past from public records.
Michigan’s Sex Offender Registration Act Ruled Unconstitutional
Today, a federal judge issued a ruling invalidating portions of Michigan's Sex Offender Registry Act that are unconstitutional.
Oliver Law Group Files Class Action Complaint Against Inhumane Prison Conditions in Mississippi
Prison reform activists have called for the infamous facility, located in the Mississippi Delta's Sunflower County, to be shut down since the 1990s.
Media Coverage of Sex Offender Registry Act Hearing in Michigan
On Wednesday, February 5 a hearing took place in Port Huron to determine the future of Michigan’s controversial Sex Offender Registry Act, or SORA. The state’s current sex offender registry law was ruled unconstitutional in 2016 and U.S. District Judge Robert Cleland was asked to update it.
Reforming Michigan’s Unconstitutional Sex Offender Registration Act
With nearly 44,000 registrants, Michigan has one of the largest sex offender registries in the country. Each year, the state adds almost 2,000 people to the registry, or about 5 people per day.
What Are the Dangers of Vaping and Do I Have a Case?
From addiction to EVALI, vaping can cause problems, especially for teenagers and young adults.
Teenagers Are Especially Vulnerable to Addiction – Juul Capitalized on It
Nicotine makes you feel good. It helps release neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin, norepinephrine, beta-endorphins, glutamate, and acetylcholine, which are associated with good feelings like pleasure, mood modulation, reduced anxiety and tension, and arousal.