Judges on the State Appeals Court say they will rule as soon as possible after hearing arguments on petitions intended to put Michigan’s emergency manager law on the November ballot.
A federal appeals court has thrown out a 60-year sentence for a former Michigan school official who pleaded guilty to child pornography, saying the punishment is unreasonable.
This now opens the door for the city and state to move forward on a Monday deadline in which the financial review team will either recommend a consent agreement or an emergency manager for the city.
The Michigan appeals court has thrown out an unusual punishment for a northern Michigan man who was ordered to pay $1,100 for having a three-hour jury trial.
A former top lawyer for the city of Detroit who lost her job for describing a local court as “ghetto” has lost an appeal over her dismissal.
An appeals court ordered a new sentence Monday for a Detroit-area man who avoided federal prison despite pleading guilty to possessing thousands of images of child pornography.
The Michigan appeals court says a judge illegally blocked Detroit voters from considering whether to ease penalties for possession of marijuana.
A Michigan man sued for false imprisonment after he was locked in a ship bathroom for 20 to 25 minutes until the crew responded.
It has been business as usual at some medical marijuana shops, even after the Michigan appeals court said card-carrying patients can’t sell pot to other patients.
It’s a setback for Governor Rick Snyder and state lawmakers who want to hike the cost of health care benefits for retired state workers.