An appeals court has upheld a decision dismissing a lawsuit against ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who was accused of obstructing a murder investigation.
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.
The lawsuit filed by the family of murdered exotic dancer Tamara Greene against the City of Detroit has been dismissed.
A Bloomfield Township attorney is billing the city of Detroit for work he did on behalf of the family of a murdered exotic dancer.
U.S. District Court Judge Gerald Rosen has adjourned a hearing into the lawsuit filed by the family of Tamara Greene, without issuing an opinion as to whether the suit will go to trial.
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.
A Detroit Police officer has filed suit against a former reporter at the Detroit News, claiming he made erroneous statements about her moonlighting as an exotic dancer and knowing slain stripper Tamara Greene.
The former mistress and Chief of Staff of ex-Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick testified in court, concerning evidence allegedly destroyed in the Tamara Greene murder case.
Christine Beatty is expected to testify in federal court Wednesday on whether she intentionally destroyed evidence in the Tamara Greene murder investigation.