Personalities from WWJ, 97.1 The Ticket and AMP Radio took part in the fundraising game which collected more than $6,000 towards cystic fibrosis.
“This judge wants everybody in Detroit that has an objection to the city’s plan to get out of bankruptcy come to court and prove the case,” WWJ’s Charlie Langton said.
The notices told residents if they want to smoke, they have to walk at least 25 feet away from their apartment.
Stoney, Bill stopped by the WWJ Radiothon For THAW to encourage listeners to call in to make a donation with a rousing ballad. The Plastic Oh No Band graced the volunteers with a tune about helping our fellow Detroiters pay their heat bills.
“We are making life a littler easier on the lawyers, there isn’t this wandering about the building trying to find their case, find the judge. Assignments are much clearer. We have simplified things in terms of jury service.”
At this hearing, WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton said the judge could hold Gov. Rick Snyder in contempt of court for violating her order to withdraw the bankruptcy.
The survey concluded that just 15 percent believe white Americans are more racist.
“Anyone looking to prove the state has taken over the city, now has 225,000 reasons,” Langton said.
WWJ’s legal analyst Charlie Langton said Judge Wayne McCree’s attorney told the courtroom he suffers from hypomania, a type of bipolar disorder, characterized by “excessive energy, little need for sleep and unusual exhilaration” according to WebMD.
Many say these middle schoolers are too young to be thrown into these dangerous situations,” said WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton.