Michigan State Police Crime Lab Lawsuit: Were Results Falsified in Marijuana Cases?

It all began with a simple lab policy which said that when analyzing medical marijuana, techs at the MSP crime lab should treat any and all THC that they are not absolutely certain comes from a plant, as synthetic. Doesn’t sound like a big deal, right? Wrong. Because while the average person may not care […]

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Preliminary Hearing for Man Accused of Kidnapping and Murder

Jeffrey Willis, the 46-year-old Muskegon Township man accused of attempting to kidnap one woman and murdering another, was present in court recently for his preliminary hearing. Willis is charged with kidnapping, open murder, and felony firearm. In a separate case, he is also charged with possession of child pornography.   The case stems from an […]

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Supreme Court Says Michigan Law Protects Lying Cops

There has been a great deal of animosity among the general public towards police officers of late. Some of it may be justified, and some of it is not. But when it comes to the most recent Michigan Supreme Court decision about the three lying police officers from Detroit, it is hard to believe that […]

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Two Men Indicted For Stealing Mail, Cashing Checks

Two men from Michigan have been accused of stealing thousands of pieces of mail from people in three southwestern counties, in order to find cash, checks and money orders. Federal documents allege that the pair were operating as a teacher and understudy, with one man teaching the other how to successfully steal mail, and what […]

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Former MSU Star Arrested Again On Weapons Charges

Keith Appling, the 24-year-old former Michigan State University basketball star has been arrested a second time on weapons related charges. This is, according to media sources, the second time that Appling has been arrested in the last few months on charges related to a carrying a concealed weapon in Michigan.   The first arrest happened […]

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Assisted Suicide Laws in Michigan – Mercy or Murder?

Assisted suicide, which is sometimes referred to as euthanasia, or “mercy-killing”, refers to suicide that is committed with the help of another person. According to the standard dictionary definition, the term “assisted suicide” is often used interchangeably with “physician-assisted suicide”, which refers to a doctor intentionally providing an individual with the knowledge or ability to […]

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Michigan Bottle Return Scam Results in Felony Charges

Returning bottles for change is not something that every state supports. In fact, Michigan is only one of ten states in the U.S. where it’s possible to take your empty cans from carbonated beverages and beer bottles back to the store for a little extra spending money. Which is great, right? Not for everyone, as […]

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Mount Pleasant Man Facing Arson Charges

The Mount Pleasant Police Department announced recently in a press release, that they have arrested a suspect who is believed to have been involved in the burning of a building. The man, a 25-year-old resident of Mount Pleasant, MI named Christopher Bott-Fleming, is now facing arson charges as a result.   At 6;47 pm on […]

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Misconduct Charges Against Former Legislators Tossed Out

The sex scandal involving two former Michigan Lawmakers has resulted in a mixed bag with regards to the outcome. One has seen all felony Misconduct in Office charges dismissed, while the other is headed to trial for allegations of Perjury and Misconduct in Office.   The charges stem from a bizarre cover-up engineered by former […]

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Former Flint Police Chief Facing Criminal Charges?

James Tolbert, the former Police Chief for the city of Flint, was forced to resign during the height of the Flint Water Crisis. But as it turns out, that was the least of his concerns. New information has come to light according to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. They implicate Tolbert in the wrongful conviction […]

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