Court Orders DNA Tests, Reopens '88 Pontiac HomicideIt's a victory for Gilbert Poole Jr., who insists he's innocent in the fatal stabbing of Robert Mejia in Pontiac nearly 30 years ago. He's serving a life sentence.
Michigan Supreme Court Revives Bid For DNA Test In '88 Oakland County Murder CaseThe Michigan appeals court has been ordered to take another look at a request for DNA tests in a 1988 homicide in Oakland County.
Law School Helps Imprisoned Oakland County Man Fight 1989 Murder ConvictionA group of students at Western Michigan University's Cooley Law School could help a man imprisoned for nearly 30 years get a new lease on life.
Cooley Law Grads Lose Appeal Over Tuition, JobsToday's lesson: Are graduates of the largest Michigan law school entitled to a tuition refund if they don't find satisfactory jobs?
Dec. 6 Groundbreaking On $14M Student Housing Project In Auburn HillsAuburn Hills will soon see a new mixed-use, 100,000-square-foot building designed with the city's growing graduate student population in mind.
Cooley Law School Starts On New Florida CampusMichigan-based Thomas M. Cooley Law School is starting work on a new out-of-state campus in Florida.
Graduates Sue Cooley Law School Over Job StatsIs Cooley Law School padding the numbers of graduates who find jobs? It's of case of sue and counter-sue.
Cooley Law School Pursues Green Building Certification
Michigan Soldier To Be Sworn In As New Attorney