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RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih Accepted to American Inns of Court
RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih Accepted to American Inns of Court

We are proud to announce that Founder and Principal Attorney of Rights First Law, Stephanie Fakih, was recently chosen to be a member of the Oakland County Bar Association American Inn of Court. The American Inns of Court is a national association of lawyers, judges, and ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

  • RFL Attorneys Attend Salute to Justice

    On Monday, June 30th the Lebanese American Chamber of Commerce (LACC) hosted its fourth annual “Salute to Justice” at the Tre Monti Ristorante at San ...

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  • RFL Attorneys Attend State Bar of Michigan Criminal Law Spring Conference

    RFL Principal Attorney Stephanie Fakih attended the State Bar of Michigan Criminal Law Section’s 7th annual Spring Conference in Frankenmuth on June 6 ...

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  • RFL Attorneys Help Celebrate Law Day May 1, 2014

    Law Day is a U.S. national holiday declared by former President Dwight D. Eisenhower at the suggestion of his legal counsel, Charles Rhyne. It was ...

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  • RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih Talks about the Firm's Mission & Use of MyCase

    Rights First Law Founder and Principal Attorney, Stephanie Fakih, was recently interviewed for a spotlight article in Nicole Black’s MyCase Blog. ...

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  • RFL Attorneys Volunteer at Expungement Clinic

    RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih and other local attorneys helped residents of Wayne, Macomb, and Oakland counties move forward with their lives by ...

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  • RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih Attends WBA Summer Planning Session

    RFL Founder and Principal Attorney, Stephanie Fakih, attended the Women’s Bar Association (WBA) 2013 summer planning session. The purpose of the ...

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  • Can You Go to Jail for Refusing to Take a PBT?

    On September 1st, the Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments challenging a Florida law that punishes drunk-driving suspects who refuse to take a ...

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  • West Virginia Seeks Changes to Expungement Law

    West Virginia is working on implementing a number of initiatives that would open doors to the workforce for non-violent offenders. Senator Joe Manchin ...

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  • Massachusetts Senate Cracks Down on First-Time DUI Offenders

    The Massachusetts state senate, hoping to prevent repeat drunk driving offenses, recently passed legislation that would require first-time drunk ...

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