Some people in Michigan might find themselves in a situation where they are accused of stealing property that has been entrusted to their care. White collar crimes often include this type of embezzlement and anyone arrested and charged for similar offenses would most likely benefit from legal counsel in the matter. Depending upon the value of the entrusted property that was reportedly stolen and/or used for personal gain, as well as the vulnerability of the alleged victim, the penalties for a conviction could be quite severe.
An eight month probation will be served by Jim Minick, who works as Michigan University football operations director. He was arrested and charged with drunk driving. After he admitted to driving while intoxicated, the court suspended Minick's sentence.