Attorney General Bill Schuette
Virtual currencies may be gaining in popularity, but the Michigan attorney general warns there are risks associated with these forms of payments.
A total of 20 charges were announced Monday against Walter Stampor, who served as executive secretary for Detroit Police and Fire Retirement System.
The state hopes to at least get a stay until Friday so it can go to the Supreme Court.
With an eye toward re-election, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette starts his fourth year on the job looking to see through initiatives that he says will help crime victims.
A Michigan official says an equipment malfunction has led to a backlog in printing about 20,000 medical marijuana cards.
Michigan’s attorney general says law enforcement agencies that seize medical marijuana from licensed patients or caregivers don’t have to return the drug when the patient or caregiver is released from custody.
The man who asked for an investigation into a controversial severance pay deal for the new director of Detroit Metro Airport says he’s being bullied.
A former Westland court clerk is facing up to ten years in prison on charges of embezzlement.
The Oakland County Clerk is asking State Attorney General Bill Schuette to look at some irregularities in the assignment of several mortgages.
Michigan’s Attorney General is taking two state police lieutenants to court.