July 15, 2010

American Friends Service Committee: Michigan Criminal Justice Program
1414 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: (734) 761-8283        
Fax: (734) 761-6022
Email: pryder@afsc.org or nholbrook@afsc.org
Website: http://www.prisoneradvocacy.org/

  • A service of the Michigan Criminal Justice Program of The American Friends Service Committee. Our work is rooted in an advocacy and community-organizing model. We help people in prison and their loved ones with their individual problems and provide them with tools to help them become strong advocates for themselves. The problems we often encounter revolve around
  • Note: It's usually best to contact us through mail.
  • We are not attorneys, so we cannot provide legal advice or counsel. In most cases, you will need to send us specific documentation about the matter. Our resources are limited.

State Ombudsman
Sarah Slocum State
LTC Ombudsman
Michigan Office of Services to the Aging
7109 West Saginaw
P.O. Box 30676
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517)335-1560
Fax: (517)373-4092
Website: http://www.miseniors.net

AIDS Partnership Michigan
2751 East Jefferson, Suite 301
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: (313) 446-9800
Michigan HIV/AIDS Hotline: (800) 872-2437
Hotline Hours: Monday through Friday, 9am-5:30pm EST
Website: www.aidsparternership.org

  • AIDS Partnership also operates the Re-Entry Program, assisting prisoners' transition from the Michigan correctional system into the community. The Re-Entry Program focuses on assisting men and women who are HIV+ and who are either currently incarcerated or have been released within three months from prisons across the state of Michigan, as well as in the Wayne County Jail.

Coalition for a Useful Registry
19785 West 12 Mile Road #251
Southfield, MI  48076
Email: CoalitionUR@yahoo.com

ACLU of Michigan
2966 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201-3035
Phone: (313) 578-6800
Email: aclu@aclumich.org
Website: www.aclumich.org

State Bar of Michigan
Lawyer Referral Service
306 Townsend Street
Lansing, MI 48933-2083
Phone: (800) 968-0738
Website: www.michbar.org

  • The State Bar of Michigan Lawyer Referral Service helps people find lawyers suited to their particular type of legal problem.

Michigan Department of Corrections, Office of Legal Affairs
206 Eeat Michigan Avenue
Grandview Plaza
P.O. Box 30003
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 335 - 1426

  • The Office of Legal Affairs coordinates, in cooperation with the Michigan State Police, the investigation of possible criminal or administrative violations of laws or rules by department employees.

Michigan Department of Corrections, Prisoner Affairs Section
206 East Michigan Avenue
Grandview Plaza
P.O. Box 30003
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 780 6053

  • The Prisoner Affairs Section investigates and responds to Step III prisoner grievances for the Director. Prisoners with concerns related to sexual violence in detention should contact Wendy Hart at the phone number listed above.

Michigan Department of Consumer & Industry Services
P.O. Box 30004
Lansing, MI
Phone: (517) 373-3034
Website: www.cis.state.mi.us

Michigan Works
Phone: (800) 285-WORKS
Website: www.michiganworks.org

Project Transition
16260 Dexter
Detroit, MI 48221
Phone: (313) 862-3400

Transition of Prisoners, Inc.
P.O. Box 02938
Detroit, MI
Phone: (313) 875-3883
Website: www.topinc.net

Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit
Employment Development Services 
New Start Employment and Training Project 
Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit 
3111 Grand River Avenue 
Detroit, MI 48208 
Phone: (313) 964-3900, ext 406 
Website: www.goodwilldetroit.org 

Women Arise - PROVE Project
13100 Averhill 
Detroit, MI 48215 
Phone: (313) 331-1800 
Fax: (313) 331-8797

  • PROVE (Post-Release Opportunities for Vocational Education) was created by a community-based program with funds from a federal lawsuit brought by women prisoners in Michigan. The participants, formerly incarcerated women, receive educational/vocational assessment, assistance in meeting educational and/or vocational goals and obtaining employment. PROVE provides monthly peer meetings, counseling, parenting classes, tutoring, grade monitoring, educational advice and application assistance.

70 x 7 Life Recovery
340 104th Avenue
Holland, MI  49423
Phone: (616) 395-2600
Email: roxannah@ridgepoint.org

  • Job Readiness, Nurturing Church, Nurturing church w/Recovery Groups, ReEntry Help Center, Substance Abuse - Group, Vocation Training

Abundant Life Ministries
1725 Division Avenue South
Grand Rapids, MI  49507
Phone: (616) 248-4124
Email: apostle@ablm.org
Website: www.ablm.org

  • Basics - Clothing, Basics - Emergency Food, Case Work, Counseling, Education - Services, Education - Tutoring, Job Readiness, Men's Support Group, Mentoring, Nurturing Church, Nurturing church w/Recovery Groups, ReEntry Help Center, Social/Friendships, Vocation Training, Women's Issues, Women's Support Group

Advocacy, Re-entry, Resources & Outreach
703 West Mapel Street
Lansing, MI  48906
Email: maria@nwlansing.org

  • Basics - Clothing, Basics - Emergency Food, Basics - Help with Identification, Counseling - Mediation Services, Family Restoration, Health Insurance Help, Social/Friendships

Alpha Prison Ministries
P.O. Box 9216
Grand Rapids, MI  49509-0216
Phone: (616) 538-4090
Email: alphapm@juno.com
Website: www.alphapm.org

  • Alternate Housing for Adult Males Only, Basics - Clothing, Basics - Emergency Food, Counseling, Housing - Apartments, Mentor - Adult Males, Mentoring

Alternative Directions
1706 Division Avenue South
Grand Rapids, MI  49507-1604
Phone: (616) 245-4346

  • Alternate Housing for Adult Males Only, Case Work, Probation Adult Community Supervision, ReEntry Help Center

Alternatives For Girls
903 West Grand Boulevard
Detroit, MI  48208-2365
Phone: (313) 361-4000
Email: agood@alternativesforgirls.org
Website: www.alternativesforgirls.org

  • Case Work, Children/Youth Assistance-the Invisible Victims, Counseling, Counseling - Domestic Violence Services, Education - Services, Emergency Shelter, Housing - Apartments, Mentor - Juvenile Females, Mentoring, Restorative Justice with Crime Victims, Vocation Training, Women's Issues, Women's Support Group

Catholic Social Services - Family Reunification Services
40 Jefferson Avenue Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI  49503-4304
Phone: (616) 356-6262
Email: theresk@cssgr.org
Website: www.cssgr.org

  • Case Work, Counseling - Parenting Classes, Family Restoration, ReEntry Help Center

City Rescue Mission of Saginaw
P.O. Box 548
Saginaw, MI  48606
Phone: (989) 752-6051
Email: info@rescuesaginaw.org
Website: www.rescuesaginaw.org

  • Basics - Clothing, Basics - Emergency Food, Case Work, Counseling, Counseling - Parenting Classes, Emergency Shelter, Recovery/Relapse Program, ReEntry Help Center, Substance Abuse - Group, Substance Abuse Treatment Program, Vocation Training, Women's Issues, Women's Support Group

Clinton County Family Resource Center
4179 South US Highway 27
Saint Johns, MI  48879-9110
Phone: (989) 224-1173

  • Basics - Household Furnishings/Furniture, Case Work, Children/Youth Assistance-the Invisible Victims, Counseling, Counseling - Parenting Classes, Housing - Apartments, ReEntry Help Center, Women's Issues

Community Recovery
2340 Dean Lake Avenue Northeast
Grand Rapids, MI  49505
Phone: (616) 361-6014, ext. 12
Email: cherie@commrecovery.com
Website: www.commrecovery.com

  • Counseling, Facilitator, Men's Support Group, Nurturing church w/Recovery Groups, Recovery/Relapse Program, ReEntry Help Center, Substance Abuse - Group, Volunteer, Women's Support Group

Counterpoint Runaway Shelter
715 Inkster Road
Inkster, MI  48141-1214
Phone: (313) 563-5005
Website: www.starfishonline.org

  • Alternate Housing for Juvenile Both Boys/Girls, Case Work, Counseling, Counseling - Domestic Violence Services, Emergency Shelter, Family Restoration, Mentor - Juvenile Females, Mentor - Juvenile Males, Recovery/Relapse Program, ReEntry Help Center

Criminal Justice Chaplaincy
207 Fulton Street East
Grand Rapids, MI  49503-3210
Phone: (616) 454-4925, ext. 12
Email: cfcministry@sbcglobal.net

  • Basics - Clothing, Basics - Help with Identification, Basics - Transportation, Case Work, Counseling, Job Readiness, Mentor - Adult Females, Mentor - Adult Males, Mentoring, Other, ReEntry Help Center, Restorative Justice Community

Crossroad Bible Institute
P.O. Box 900
Grand Rapids, MI  49509-0900
Phone: (616) 530-1300
Email: office@crossroadbible.org
Website: www.crossroadbible.org

  • Education - Services, Mentor - Adult Females, Mentor - Adult Males, Mentor - Juvenile Females, Mentor - Juvenile Males, Mentoring, ReEntry Help Center, Restorative Justice Community

CURE-SORT (Sex Offenders Restored Through Treatment)
P.O. Box 1191
Okemos, MI  48805-1191
Phone: (517) 372-8207
Website: http://www.satasort.org

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
P.O. Box 312087
Detroit, MI  48231-2087
Phone: (313) 993-4700
Website: www.drmm.org

  • Alternate Housing for Adult Both Males/Females, Basics - Clothing, Basics - Emergency Food, Basics - Household Furnishings/Furniture, Case Work, Children/Youth Assistance-the Invisible Victims, Counseling, Counseling - Domestic Violence Services, Counseling - Mental Health Treatment, Education - Services, Education - Tutoring, Emergency Shelter, Grants, Housing - Apartments, Job Readiness, Men's Support Group, Mentoring, Recovery/Relapse Program, ReEntry Help Center, Substance Abuse - Group, Substance Abuse Treatment Program, Vocation Training, Women's Issues, Women's Support Group

Don Bosco Hall
2340 Calvert Street
Detroit, MI  48206-1560
Phone: (313) 869-2200
Email: csmall@donboscohall.org
Website: www.donboscohall.org

  • Case Work, Children/Youth Assistance-the Invisible Victims, Counseling, Counseling - Mental Health Treatment, Education - Services, Education - Tutoring, Family Restoration, Job Readiness, Other, ReEntry Help Center, Substance Abuse - Group, Vocation Training

Exodus Ministries-Hope Network
781 36th Street Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI  49548
Phone: (616) 248-5160
Website: www.hopenetwork.org/join/howReceive.asp

  • Case Work, Counseling, Education - Services, Employer, Job Readiness, Men's Support Group, Recovery/Relapse Program, ReEntry Help Center, Vocation Training

Family Network of Wyoming
2575 28th Street Southwest
Suite A
Wyoming, MI  49519
Phone: (616) 885-9919
Email: garylemke@peoplepc.com

  • Basics - Emergency Food, Basics - Household Furnishings/Furniture, ReEntry Help Center
  • Specialty Services - Physically Disabled

Gateway To Glory
P.O. Box 863
Sterling Heights, MI  48311-0863
Phone: (586) 978-1031
Email: contact@gateway2glory.org

  • Alternate Housing for Adult Males Only, Basics - Clothing, Job Readiness, Men's Support Group, Mentor - Adult Males, Mentoring, Nurturing Church, Nurturing church w/Recovery Groups, Social/Friendships

Juvenile Sex Offender Reentry Program
380 North Rose Street
Macomb County Family Court
Mount Clemens, MI  48043-1523
Phone: (586) 469-5240
Website: http://macombcountymi.gov/circuitcourt/JuvenileDivision.htm

Christians for Prisoners for Christ
3835 Burton Street Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI  49546
Phone: (616) 956.7611
Email: richrienstra@hotmail.com
Website: www.ChristiansforPrisoners.net

  • Coordinates a network of prayer support and correspondence between inmates and families and friends on the outside. Provide resources to churches and individuals about visitation practices and procedures and recruit Out-reach Volunteers.

Heartline (Lutheran Social Services of MI)
8201 Sylvester Street
Detroit, MI  48214-1131
Phone: (313) 923-4200
Email: mwhit@lssm.org
Website: http://www.lssm.org/LSSM/Page.aspx?pid=236

  • Heartline provides a supportive, caring, disciplined environment for women on probation or making a transition from prison.

Heritage Bible Fellowship
P.O. Box 25
Vassar, MI  48768-0025
Phone: (989) 823-2774
Email: jimmysabin@hotmail.com

  • HBF's Prison/Restorative Justice Ministry primarily provides encouraging literature, advice, resource suggestions, and other help for those incarcerated WITHIN the Michigan Department of Corrections PRISON system. (HBF does NOT work in any county jails.)

Innocent!
20 West Muskegon Avenue
Muskegon, MI  49440
Phone: (231) 728-7225
Email: thedouger@chartermi.net
Website: www.aboutinnocent.org

  • A Christian-based non-profit organization, refers prison inmates and their families to a national network of Innocence organizations following receipt and review of claims of wrongful conviction.

New Hope Baptist Church
130 Delaware Street Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI  49507-1051
Phone: (616) 452-4278
Email: krcurrys@yahoo.com
Website: www.newhopegr.org

  • Advocacy - Legal Assistance, Basics - Emergency Food, Basics - Help with Identification, Children/Youth Assistance-the Invisible Victims, Counseling - Parenting Classes, Department of Corrections, Education - Tutoring, Facilitator, Job Readiness, Men's Support Group, Mentor - Adult Males, Mentoring, Ministry Development, Nurturing church w/Recovery Groups, Resource Recruitment, Social/Friendships, Volunteer, Women's Support Group

New Paths, Inc
765 East Hamilton
Flint, MI  48505
Phone: (810) 233-5340, ext. 108
Website: www.newpaths.org

  • New Paths is a community corrections program established in 1979 to serve as an alternative for jail or prison bound adult males of non-violent nature and offense.

Open Door Ministries
P.O. Box 1614
Midland, MI  48641-1614
Phone: (989) 835-2291
Website: http://www.opendoormidland.org/

  • The Open Door is a Christian Homeless Crisis Shelter, Soup Kitchen, Jail/Prison ministry. Coffee House, Alcoholics for Christ programs and Prisoner Aftercare ministry near downtown Midland.

Orchard grove jail prison ministry
850 Ladd Road, Building C
Walled Lake, MI  48390
Phone: (248) 250-4043
Email:ojgailprisonministry@gmail.com

  • Advocacy, Basics - Clothing, Basics - Food Pantry, Basics - Household Furnishings/Furniture, Basics - Transportation, Counseling, Counseling - Addiction Services, Counseling - Parenting Classes, Facilitator, Mentoring, Ministry Development, Nurturing Church, Nurturing church w/Recovery Groups, Recovery/Relapse Program, Women's Issues, Women's Support Group

Roman Catholic Diocese of GR - Prison/Jail Ministry
360 Division Avenue South 
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4501
Phone: (616) 475-1255
Fax: (616) 551-5631
Contact: Judith Granstrom, Program Director
Email: jgranstrom@dioceseofgrandrapids.org
Website: http://www.dioceseofgrandrapids.org/Faith_Action/Pages/Faith_Action.aspx

Transition of Prisoners, Inc (TOP)
40 Hague Street, Suite 200
P.O. 02938
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: (313) 875-3883
Fax: (313) 875-3886
Contact: Joseph Williams, CEO
Email: joewilliams_top@msn.com
General Email: newcreations@nccoinc.org
Website: www.topinc.net

  • Case Work, Ministry Development, ReEntry Help Center, Resource Recruitment
  • The mission of New Creations Community Outreach (NCCO), Inc. is to encourage, train and support local churches in building their capacity to more effectively minister to disadvantaged individuals and families.
  • New Creations Community Outreach is committed to becoming a global leader in the effort to transform the lives of disadvantaged individuals and families, especially prisoners, ex-prisoners in transition, and their families, but encouraging, training, and supporting local churches in more effective ministry efforts.

Corporation for Supportive Housing
10327 East Grand River Avenue, Suite 409
Brighton, MI 48116
Phone: (810) 229-7712 
Fax: (810) 229-7743
Grand Rapids Office:  (616) 459-8852
Detroit Office: (313) 963-6883
Email: mi@csh.org

Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative Grantees
Phone: (517) 335-1388
Contact: Julie DeRose

  • The Michigan Family Independence Agency (FIA) will focus efforts on reducing the rate of recidivism among 670 juvenile offenders released to five counties: Jackson, Muskegon, Genesee, Wayne, and Berrien. Through the Juvenile Reentry Project, the FIA will partner with various service agencies to address recidivism, substance abuse, and physical and mental health issues and to support workforce participation, housing, family reunification, faith-based issues, and mentoring.

Michigan Family Independence Agency
Phone: (517) 335-3541
Contact: Jeanette Scroggins

  • The Michigan Family Independence Agency (FIA) will focus efforts on reducing the rate of recidivism among 670 juvenile offenders released to five counties: Jackson, Muskegon, Genesee, Wayne, and Berrien. Through the Juvenile Reentry Project, the FIA will partner with various service agencies to address recidivism, substance abuse, and physical and mental health issues and to support workforce participation, housing, family reunification, faith-based issues, and mentoring.

Balanced and Restorative Justice in Michigan
Marlyce Nuzum
Michigan Family Independence Agency
Bureau of Juvenile Justice
235 South Grand, Suite 404
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 266-5889
Website: nuzumm@state.mi.us

  • The Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ) philosophy explores ways to help young people develop the attitudes and skills they need to lead productive and law-abiding lives. BARJ maintains an appropriate focus on public safety while promoting strategies that encourage youthful offenders to face the consequences of their actions by restoring individual victims and the communities they have harmed. This approach also recognizes the importance of harnessing the power of the community to complement the formal juvenile justice system. Michigan is one of the states chosen by OJJDP to demonstrate how to integrate BARJ into all aspects of the juvenile justice system. The Balanced and Restorative Justice in Michigan Web site offers information and advice on implementing, sustaining, and evaluating BARJ.

Career Works
1200 East McNichols
Highland Park, MI 48203
Phone: (313) 867-3500, ext. 215

  • CareerWorks, a minority-owned and managed company, provides education, hands-on training, and job placement services to Detroit city residents ages 18-21 to enable them to compete for employment opportunities and reach their full potential. Services are customized to meet the specific needs of the students, local businesses, and industry.

C.O.P.E. (Career Opportunities Planning for Employment)
Flint Public Library
1026 East Kearsley Street
Flint, Ml 48502
Phone: (810)232-7111

  • C.O.P.E. provides employment and career education and information about college financial aid.

Cornerstone
833 Lake Drive Southeast
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Phone: (616) 336-3909

  • This program provides both assessment and referrals for mental health counseling and a walk-in crisis clinic. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

Crossroads East Learning Center
14641 East Jefferson
Detroit, MI 48125
Phone: (313) 822-1660

  • The Crossroads East Learning Center is designed for young adults seeking clerical, business, light industry, or human services jobs. To be eligible, a youth must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years old. The center offers job counseling, job seeking skills workshops, and classes in skills assessment, business math and English, introduction to computers/word processing, personal finance, and basic job skills. Classes run from 6 to 12 weeks. Applicants are requested to call between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. for an appointment.

Detroit Public Library Career and Employment Information Center
Main Library
5201 Woodward
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: (313) 833-4251
Website: www.detroit.lib.mi.us/ceic/

  • The Detroit Public Library Career and Employment Information Center provides interest assessment and career information. The center's trained personnel can assist in writing résumés (by appointment). The center's staff also assists in locating community services such as food pantries, legal aid, healthcare, and support groups and offers referrals for job training, vocational counseling, and childcare.

Detroit Urban League, Inc.
208 Mack Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: (313) 832-4600
Website: www.detroiturbanleague.org

  • The Detroit Urban League provides employability skills training; education services (including substance abuse prevention); and referrals for job training, health services, crisis counseling, and housing. The League also conducts a special program to help men and women 55 years or older with employment training and placement.

FOCUS: Hope Skilled Machinist Institute
1200 Oakman Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48238-2998
Phone: (313) 494-4300

  • FOCUS is a Detroit program that organizes classes and offers training in precision machining and metal working. It also provides job counseling/placement and on-the-job training. Infant/toddler care, preschool education, and before-school and afterschool programs are available for the children of FOCUS workers and trainees. To be eligible, potential enrollees must have a GED or high school diploma. An assessment test, interview, and drug screening are also required for admission.

Jobs Central
711 North Saginaw, Suite 222
Flint, Ml 48503
Phone: (810) 233-5627

  • Jobs Central provides employment and training services for low-income and dislocated workers in the Genesee and Shiawaissee County areas of Michigan. Its services include vocational and on-the-job training and classes in basic remedial skills and job seeking skills. Some supplemental services are also available.

Willard Library Job Information Center
Seven West Van Buren
Battle Creek, MI 49017
Phone: (616) 968-8166

  • The Willard Library Job Information Center provides free career-interest assessment and career information, résumé guides, study materials, directories, typewriters, and word processors. The library also provides access to the Automated Labor Exchange (ALEX), a jobs database that lists job openings in Michigan and nationwide, including federal civil service jobs.

MICHIGAN-CURE
P.O. Box 2736
Kalamazoo, MI 49003-2736
Phone: (269) 383-0028
Fax: (269) 373-2545
Contact: Kay Perry
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  • Advocacy and resources for persons convicted of sex offenses.

National Hire Network - Michigan
Website: http://www.hirenetwork.org/admin/clearinghouse.php?state_id=MI

  • Job resources, useful information and contacts for people with criminal records.

MichiganLegalAid.org
Website: http://www.michiganlegalaid.org/

  • MichiganLegalAid.org provides help with legal problems to low income residents of Michigan. On this site you will find information about the law and about places to go for help with legal and related problems.

American Bar Association - Michigan
Website: http://www.abanet.org/legalservices/findlegalhelp/pb.cfm?id=MI

  • List of Pro Bono legal service providers.

Legal Services Corporation
Resources for free or reduced cost legal services to people with low incomes

  • Legal Services of South Central Michigan Inc.
    420 North Fourth Avenue
    Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1197
    Phone: (734) 665-6181
    Website: www.lsscm.org
  • Legal Services of Eastern Michigan
    436 South Saginaw Street
    Flint, MI 48502
    Phone: (800) 339-9513
    Website: www.lsem-mi.org
  • Legal Services of Northern Michigan Inc.
    Parkside Mini Mall
    1349 S Otsego Avenue Unit 7B
    Gaylord, MI 49735
    Phone: (888) 645-9993
    Website: www.lsnm.org
  • Western Michigan Legal Services
    Cornerstone Building Suite 400
    89 Ionia Avenue Northwest
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Phone: (800) 442-2777
    Website: www.legalaidwestmich.org
  • Legal Aid and Defender Association, Inc.
    645 Griswold, Suite 3466
    Detroit, MI 48226-4216
    Phone: (313) 964-4700
    Website: www.ladadetroit.org
  • Michigan Indian Legal Services Inc.
    814 South Garfield Avenue
    Suite A
    Traverse City, MI 49686-3430
    Phone: (800) 968-6877
    Website: www.mils.org

US Department of Justice
http://www.usdoj.gov/eoir/probono/freelglchtMI.htm

  • List of free legal service providers for immigration-related cases.

Michigan RSOL - Reform Sex Offender Laws
219 South Blair
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Phone: (248) 229-2698
Contact: Francie Baldino
Email: reformsolaw_mi@att.net

  • Advocacy and support for persons convicted of sexual offenses.

Michigan - MIATSA (Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers)
President: Ronald L. Grooters, M.S.W.
Wedgwood Christian Services
P.O. Box 88007
3300 36th Street
Grand Rapids, MI 49518
Email: rgrooters@wedgwood.org

Citizens for Second Chances
P.O. Box 84, Grand Haven, MI 49417-0084
Email: citizens_secondchances@yahoo.com

  • A Michigan based support group for families of individuals convicted of or charged with a sex offense.

Michigan Sex Crime Attorney's
Phone: (866) 766-5245
Website: http://www.sexcrimeattorneys.com/lawyer-attorney-1402467.html

  • Free attorney consultation: Fill out contact form (http://www.sexcrimeattorneys.com/lawyer-attorney-1401069.html) or call 1-866-766-5245 twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to talk to an experienced Michigan defense lawyer about your sex offender registry case. Attorneys represent clients throughout Michigan, including Lansing, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Holland, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Detroit, Saginaw and Flint.

Unfair Appearance in Sex Offender Databases Michigan
Website: http://articles.directorym.com/Unfair_Appearance_in_Sex_Offender_Databas...

  • If you are listed on a sex offender database because of an act that is now legal, here's how to get your name off. This article also covers how public access to sex offender databases works and why this information is open to the public.