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U.S. Supreme Court Rules On Detroit Case

The Supreme Court ruled against a Detroit man in a murder trial who wanted to exclude the dying victim’s identifying statements.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/28/2011

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Supreme Court Justice To Join Snyder Camp

Incoming Michigan Governor Rick Snyder will appoint a new state welfare director after the new year.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/29/2010

Court To Hear Appeal In Sex-Offender Case

The Michigan Supreme Court will consider an appeal by a western Michigan man who was ordered to register as a sex offender more than a year after he was sentenced to probation for misdemeanor child […]

11/27/2010

Supreme Court Hears Case About Vaccine Side Effects

Parents who say their daughter allegedly suffered serious health problems from a childhood vaccine are trying to persuade the Supreme Court to allow them to sue the manufacturer.

10/12/2010

State To Pursue Appeal Over Bad Septic Tanks

A fight over failed septic tanks near Lake Huron is headed to the Michigan Supreme Court.

09/24/2010

Michigan Supreme Court Leaves "Tea Party" Off Ballot

A shadowy group calling itself “The Tea Party” won’t be allowed on the state’s November ballot after a Friday order from the Michigan Supreme Court.

09/03/2010

New Mich. Justice To Make Public Debut

Michigan’s new Supreme Court justice will make his first public appearance with other justices on Sept. 15.

09/03/2010

Kagan Confirmed As Supreme Court Justice

Elena Kagan will become the fourth woman ever to serve as a Supreme Court justice as a majority of senators have voted to confirm her as the 112th Supreme Court justice.

08/05/2010

Teachers Win Right To Sue Over Discipline

The Michigan Supreme Court says Lansing teachers had a right to sue the school district over how it disciplined students accused of assault.

08/02/2010

Court: Insurance Rates Can Reflect Credit Scores

Insurance companies can use a person’s credit report to determine rates, the Michigan Supreme Court said Thursday in declaring that state regulators exceeded their authority when they banned the practice as discriminatory.

07/09/2010

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