Loitering in a place of illegal occupation Detroit

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I was at a club this past weekend in Detroit and the damn cops raided it. They gave me a ticket for loitering in a place of illegal occupation. This all happened in Detroit. Along with the ticket for loitering in a place of illegal occupation they towed my car and made me pay 1000.00 to get it out! What am I supposed to do? I wasn’t even inside of the place when they game me this ticket for the loitering. How is it loitering in a place of illegal occupation anyway??

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  1. Peter A. Torrice on November 20, 2010 at 9:20 am said:

    Thank you for visiting http://WWW.ALLLEGALMATTERS.COM Sandy. Criminal charges in Detroit are tough to deal with from a client’s perspective because the police, the court system and staff, and the entire criminal justice process is so inefficient and unfriendly at 36th District Court it almost feels like there is nothing you can do. Thankfully Canu Torrice Law can help, as we have helped hundreds of other clients with misdemeanor and felony charges in Detroit.

    Canu Torrice Law is very familiar with the questionable police practices in the City of Detroit, trust me, and this criminal misdemeanor charge of Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation is one of the most common type of cases we have successfully defended against and often had DISMISSED in the 36th Judicial District Court in Detroit.

    The “Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation,” Loitering, Disorderly Conduct, or Prostitution charge you are facing in Detroit is undoubtedly bogus. Most of the time the Cops just see someone walking down the street and they call it loitering in a place of illegal occupation, so now it’s your word against the cop. The city uses this Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation scam as a money making opportunity by using the forfeiture laws to force you to pay big money to get you car back, which is exactly what happened in your case Sandy.

    The good news is that the attorneys at Canu Torrice Law have developed a proven strategy for defending Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation cases that has resulted in countless cases against our clients being dismissed over the past several years. My office has had over a hundred cases dismissed at the 36th district court with the strategy we have perfected.

    Unfortunately, you are stuck in the worst court system in the State of Michigan, so you can expect a lot of court appearances and waiting around half the day just for a Judge to take the bench there, but that’s where we come in. I assure you I can make this experience much more tolerable, and speed up the process to move your case along, but you have to get Canu Torrice Law involved immediately. Lawyers in our office have worked down at 36th District Court in Detroit for years during law school, and have significant contacts in that court system. Most importantly, we know how to use the dysfunctions of that court system for your advantage.

    Although the Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation charge you are facing is a city ordinance, it has some serious consequences including a potential issue with having a crime of moral turpitude on your record, so it is important you do not let the Detroit court system take advantage of you. Below you will find the city ordinance for this crime.

    Sec. 38-5-1. – Disorderly conduct.

    Any person who shall make or assist in making any noise, disturbance, or improper diversion or any rout or riot, by which the peace and good order of the neighborhood is disturbed, or any person who shall consume alcoholic beverages on any street or sidewalk, or who shall engage in any indecent or obscene conduct in any public place, or who shall engage in an illegal occupation, or who shall loiter in a place of illegal occupation, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

    Contact http://WWW.ALLLEGALMATTERS.COM or call Canu Torrice Law to schedule a free consultation IMMEDIATELY so we can get going on your case right away. There is nothing we like better than walking out of the courthouse there with yet another dismissal under our belt.

    Peter A. Torrice
    Canu Torrice Law
    http://WWW.ALLLEGALMATTERS.COM
    (586) 285-1700

  2. James Z on November 20, 2010 at 9:39 am said:

    I will tell you all this much because you you guys I got out of this ticket and it saved my life! I couldn’t have anything on my record for a crime of moral turpitude. Loitering in a place of illegal occupation or disorderly conduct in Detroit is a crime of moral turpitude.

    Funny thing is I was really not doing anything when the cop stopped me then impounded my brand new Porsche. It was such BS! I first met with my attorney and I knew that he knew exactly what he was doing. I didn’t have to worry about checking in with those people at 36th district court. I didn’t have to worry about being embarrassed when they call out all the people charged with Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation. I am a family man and I didn’t want anyone I knew to think of me wrong.

    I just want to say thanks to these guys for getting this case dismissed! What a relief. Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation the biggest BS charge ever. Stay out of Detroit, it’s a rotten city!

  3. Peter A. Torrice on November 20, 2010 at 9:46 am said:

    James,

    Thanks for the nice words. We do try to do the best for every single one of our clients. The City of Detroit and 36th District Court is a tough court to deal with as I am sure anyone looking at this website is aware. Please keep in mind not every case results in a dismissal, but the strategy we have developed at Canu Torrice Law to defend against these Loitering in a Place of Illegal Occupation cases in Detroit have definitely proven effective. I am glad we were able to help you. Thanks for the post and the confidence in Canu Torrice Law. We are Michigan’s best attorneys.

    Peter A. Torrice
    Canu Torrice Law
    http://www.AllLegalMatters.com
    586-285-1700

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