A well-known local criminal defense attorney is getting a new, decidedly lower-profile gig.
The ex-lawyer for a Detroit-area man whose wife was strangled has been ordered to pay $8,000 in a contempt case.
An arraignment for murder-for-hire suspect Bob Bashara has been adjourned after a judge ruled to allow a change of council in the case.
Bob Bashara has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly trying to hire a hitman to kill handyman Joseph Gentz, who has claimed Bashara paid him to kill his wife.
Bob Bashara — who’s facing a charge of solicitation of murder after allegedly trying to hire a hitman to kill Joseph Gentz, the man charged in the murder of Bashara’s wife — will be in court Tuesday for a preliminary examination.
King said Griem didn’t have a good enough reason to get out of the case after Griem refused to elaborate on the “breakdown” with his client.
An emergency motion has been filed by Bob Bashara’s attorney David Griem notifying Detroit’s 36th District Court he wishes to withdraw as Bashara’s attorney.