A local organization is making sure the children of a fallen West Bloomfield police officer will be taken care of.
A judge has awarded $167,000 to an attorney for part of his work on a lawsuit that accused a former Detroit mayor of sandbagging a murder investigation.
A Bloomfield Township attorney is billing the city of Detroit for work he did on behalf of the family of a murdered exotic dancer.
Wenesday could mark a pivotal moment in a family’s years-long struggle trying to find out who killed exotic dancer Tamara Greene.
The City of Detroit destroyed potential email evidence that was ordered preserved in a lawsuit filed by the family of an exotic dancer whose killing is unsolved, a federal magistrate said.
Detroit’s former police chief says she never intentionally purged e-mail related to the investigation of a slain stripper.
Yatooma says it makes no sense that Kilpatrick’s e-mails dating only back to 2006 would be available in the case, when, he says, the former mayor had the computer dating back to the time that the alleged crime took place.
A civil lawsuit filed by the family of slain exotic dancer Tamara Greene will bring former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, his former mistress, Christine Beatty, and other city officials to court to Monday to testify in the case.
A hearing in Detroit federal court in less than two weeks will attempt to find out what happened to city of Detroit emails ordered to be turned over as part of the Tamara Green lawsuit.
The lawyer for a slain Detroit stripper is asking the judge to take action against the city of Detroit for failing to hand over former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s computer and other evidence in the case.