Michigan Court Of Appeals
Michigan’s Court of Appeals has ruled that baked goods and other food containing marijuana’s active ingredient aren’t considered “usable marijuana” under state law unless they contain plant material.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled unconstitutional a state law forcing school employees to pay 3 percent of their salary toward retiree health care.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has sided with House Republicans in a procedural dispute with minority Democrats over when two pieces of labor legislation take effect.
The state appeals court has sided with a group opposing the expansion of casino gambling in Michigan and ordered that a petition allowing new casinos not go before voters.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled that cities cannot ban medical marijuana.
Thestate appeals court says a jury can decide whether Camp Sea-Gull in Charlevoix was negligent when a child was struck in the mouth with a flagpole while playing capture the flag.
Michigan’s second-highest court has a message for a Detroit-area couple: Take down the fence.
A Detroit police officer who was demoted for investigating claims that former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick had a relationship with a ring of hit men has won a legal victory.
The Michigan Court of Appeals will hear arguments Thursday about whether a pastor’s testimony related to a possible confession in a child sexual assault case may be used in court.
The possible elimination of judgeships throughout the state’s trial courts will be the focus of a report to be released Wednesday morning from the Michigan Supreme Court.