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Michigan Man Denied Gun Rights Wins Appeal in Federal Court

  While it may appear at first glance that this story could only be important to the man whose federal appeal earned him the right to carry a weapon in Michigan, the implications are huge for people all over the nation. You might wonder how one man’s federal appeal impact your life or the lives […]

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Grand Traverse County Man Arrested For Car Theft, Found With Tasers

Police have arrested 69-year-old William Minore of Benzonia, a village located in Benzie County which neighbors Grand Traverse and Leelanau Counties. According to police records, Minore was arrested for stealing a car but was later discovered to be in possession of stun guns.   Court records show that Minore was arrested at a home in […]

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The Cost of a Criminal Record in Michigan

A criminal record can be really expensive. Believe it or not, having a criminal record will cost you. Money certainly, because you will have incurred attorney’s fees along the way (although maybe that’s why you ended up with a criminal record – you let the public defender represent you.) Then there’s the fact that while […]

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Questionable Cell Phone Data = Murder Charges Dismissed

Television court dramas and John Grisham novels are full of instances where murder charges and other very serious accusations, are thrown out of court on technicalities. But that happens considerably less often in the real world. When it does happen, it’s a big deal. A big deal for the prosecutor’s office, for the defense attorney […]

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Man Arrested for Assaulting Girlfriend in Clarkston, Michigan

A 31-year-old man from Clarkston in Oakland County, MI has been arrested for assaulting his girlfriend and smashing the windshield of her car. Police say that the domestic violence happened as a result of an argument between the pair, because she wouldn’t lend him  her car.   According to Bloomfield Township Police, officers were called […]

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Courser and Gamrat File Lawsuits Against Michigan Attorney General

Both Courser and Gamrat have filed federal lawsuits Former Michigan lawmakers Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat have filed separate lawsuits in Federal Court against Michigan’s Attorney General, among others. Both Courser and Gamrat claim that their rights were violated when he was forced to resign, and she was expelled from the Michigan House of Representatives. […]

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Former Credit Union Manager Charged With Embezzling $2Million

Fuataina Afutiti is accused of embezzling more than two million dollars from the Veterans Health Administration Credit Union. She worked as the credit union’s president and chief executive. She is a resident of Westland, which is located in Wayne County near Detroit.   According to press releases put out by the Michigan Attorney General’s Office, […]

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Tennessee Jail Escapee Arrested in Michigan

  37-year-old Timothy England escaped from police custody in Tennessee He was caught by police officers in Michigan after what law enforcement calls a “crime spree” across several states. England is also accused of assaulting the officer who finally arrested him here in Michigan.   According to police in Tennessee, England was awaiting trial for […]

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Underaged Drinking To Change From Criminal To Civil Charge?

Last year Michigan Senator Rick Jones, a Republican from Eaton County,  introduced a somewhat controversial bill that aimed to modify the penalties young people encounter when drinking under the legal age of 21. The bill, if passed into law, would change underaged drinking from a criminal charge to a civil infraction, like a speeding ticket. […]

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Man Arrested For Murdering Girlfriend In Muskegon

29-year-old Josh Salyers has been accused of murdering his 22-year-old girlfriend, Barbie Dailey. Dailey in Muskegon. Dailey is, a mother of three young children and was found dead inside her house Sunday night, September 4th. A Plea of Desperation to Her Father According to Kevin Dailey, the victim’s father, the last contact he had with […]

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