Justice Kelly Leaving Michigan Supreme Court 3 Years EarlyThe 53-year-old's surprise departure will take effect Oct. 1.
Michigan Supreme Court Overturns Murder Conviction In Child's DeathIn a unanimous decision, the court says Leo Ackley was poorly served by a trial lawyer who failed to call any expert witnesses.
Study: Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlocks Effectively Cut Drunk DrivingThe Michigan Supreme Court keeps participants out of jail, avoiding the cost of incarceration
Michigan Supreme Court Upholds Teacher Retirement ChangesThose hired from 1990 to June 2010 are paying 7 percent to keep their pension intact ...
Ex-Inkster Judge Wins Appeal In Lawsuit Tied To RemovalInkster District Judge Sylvia James was accused of turning a community service fund into her own private foundation.
Blind Judge Making History On Michigan's Top CourtAs one of only two Democrats on the seven-member court, Bernstein is unlikely to crack the court's conservative sway.
Court Peels Some Immunity In Cases Against Public AgenciesThe Michigan Supreme Court has struck down an award of $767,000 for a Lansing-area woman who aspired to be a dental hygienist before her car was hit by a state salt truck.
Michigan Supreme And Appeals Courts To Utilize New eFiling System From ImageSoftImageSoft is providing a new eFiling and eService program for the Michigan Supreme Court and Court of Appeals which can be utilized at any time of the day or night.
Three Seats Up For Vote At Michigan Supreme Court The Grand Rapids area hasn't produced a Supreme Court justice in decades, but William Murphy or James Redford could break that streak. Both live in East Grand Rapids.
Tardy Judge Gets 30 Day Suspension Without PayGibson's attorney, Brian Einhorn, has said she was late for "family reasons."
Court Orders Exam Of Judge's Mental Health The judge's attorney, Brian Einhorn, says the judge went on leave earlier this year because of a physical problem and remains off the bench.
Michigan Juvenile Lifers Still May Get Freedom The court said inmates convicted of murder as teens won't get new sentences, despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that declared automatic no-parole punishments for youth as unconstitutional.