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What’s the big deal with the Sherwood Forest at the Electric Forest Festival?

Here is virtual walk through of the Sherwood Forest (click here), which gives a glimpse into what makes this concert so unique and entertaining.

Electric Forest Festival – Know Your Rights (video) re Drug Charges

Check out our video on the Electric Forest Festival (click here).  If you are approached by the police or charged with a drug charge at the festival, it is important for you to know your rights.

Update: Traffic stops and arrests at the Electric Forest Festival

The festival is now under way and the weather today (Friday) is beautiful here in West Michigan.  Some people, however, might not have been fortunate enough to make it all the way to the festival yesterday.  Word on the street is that there were nearly 50 traffic stops along I-94 yesterday, where it seems the […]

Early Update on Electric Forest Festival

Gary K. Springstead Concertgoers heading out to the Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, Michigan, can camp at the Double JJ ranch at the Good Life before the concert starts, beginning as early as Weds. (click here for more information).  You might want to consider this just to beat the traffic. (click here for more information […]

ELECTRIC FOREST FESTIVAL ARREST FAQ’S

FAQ’s About Arrests or Tickets from the Electric Forest Festival Gary K. Springstead If you have been arrested or received a ticket at the Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, the attorneys at Springstead Bartish & Borgula Law will be on-call 24/7 for this years Electric Forest Festival.  Every year (we have been handling festival cases since Electric Forest […]

Michigan Attorney Gary Springstead Elected to Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan board

Attorney Gary K. Springstead of Springstead Bartish & Borgula Law’s Fremont office was recently elected to the board of directors of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan. 

The Department of Justice Supports Retroactive Application of Pending Reduced Drug Guideline Amendment under Certain Circumstances

As we have detailed in previous blog posts, the United States Sentencing Commission recently proposed amendments to the federal drug trafficking guidelines.  The proposed amendment would like lower sentences by an average of 11 months and reduce the number of federal prisoners by an estimated 6,550 within five years, according to Commission estimates.  On April […]