RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih recently appeared on the CW50 show Street Beat to discuss the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act; an Act that allows youthful criminal offenders in Michigan to plead guilty in exchange for the opportunity to keep their criminal record clean. Watch Stephanie’s appearance and learn more about HYTA here.
Rights First Law attorney Stephanie Fakih spoke to the Michigan Oakland Press to discuss the recent expansion to the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (HYTA). HYTA offers youthful offenders in Michigan a second chance at a clear criminal record in exchange for a guilty plea. Read more from Stephanie and learn about the expansion to HYTA here.
Stephanie Fakih, founder of Rights First Law, recently discussed the laws involved in the Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations. She explained that, “[w]hen it comes to allegations of rape or sexual assault, a victim has two avenues to pursue — criminal prosecution, where the alleged rapist, if found guilty by a judge or jury, faces […]
RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih recently highlighted a career as an attorney in a guest blog spot on the popular website Metro Detroit Mommy. Metro Detroit Mommy offers Metro Detroit parents a local guide to finding places to play and activities that are fun and safe.
RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih attended the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s (ADC) 12th Annual Judges Night on October 30, 2014. The event was hosted by ADC and honored judges and attorneys for their work in the name of justice. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan was the keynote speaker of the event and helped the night’s guests award the […]
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 other legal professionals from all levels and backgrounds who […]
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 Marino Club in Troy, Michigan. RFL attorney Stephanie Fakih and several other attorneys and business owners attended the event honoring over 25 judges of Middle Eastern descent. The tribute event […]
RFL Principal Attorney Stephanie Fakih attended the State Bar of Michigan Criminal Law Section’s 7th annual Spring Conference in Frankenmuth on June 6 and 7. The Criminal Law Section’s (CLS) mission is to promote justice by studying Michigan’s criminal law and procedure, protecting the rights of individuals, and making recommendations to the State Bar of […]
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 codified by Public Law 87-20 on April 7, 1961 and falls on May 1. The purpose of Law Day is to appreciate the ideals of equality and justice under the […]
Rights First Law Founder and Principal Attorney, Stephanie Fakih, was recently interviewed for a spotlight article in Nicole Black’s MyCase Blog. MyCase is a cloud-based legal practice management service used by RFL. In the interview, Stephanie discusses the philosophy of RFL and the client-centric approach used by the firm. In the interview, Stephanie explains: “We’re […]