A judge says a Twitter account intended to poke fun at a mid-Michigan lawyer is protected by the First Amendment.
A state attorney fired for an anti-gay campaign against a college student can’t collect unemployment benefits, the Michigan appeals court says.
A federal appeals court has agreed to take another look at a First Amendment claim made by Christian evangelists who were told to leave an Arab-American street festival or be ticketed by police in Dearborn.
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.
The city of Dearborn has paid $100,000 in legal fees to attorneys for a Christian evangelist whose free-speech rights were violated at a popular Arab-American street festival.
A Detroit suburb violated the free-speech rights of a Christian evangelist by barring him from handing out leaflets at an Arab-American street festival last year, a federal appeals court said Thursday.
A judge is in no hurry to make a decision in a case that challenges some of Michigan’s limits on campaign donations.