Judge: Courser Will Move To Trial, Gamrat Charges DismissedThe two have been embroiled in controversy since the media caught wind of their extramarital affair. Both have since been forced out of office.
Aide Refused To Send Ex-Michigan Lawmaker's Outlandishly False Email: 'I Felt Trapped There'If convicted, Courser faces up to 15 years in prison. Gamrat faces up to 5 years in prison.
Ex-Lawmakers Embroiled In Sex Scandal Face Key Hearing In CaseTodd Courser is charged with four felonies, while Cindy Gamrat is facing two felony charges.
Judge Orders House Speaker To Testify In Sex Scandal CaseTodd Courser and Cindy Gamrat are accused of crimes related to an effort to cover up their extramarital affair.
Former Rep. Todd Courser Will Talk 'Inside Politics' On New Radio ShowThe former state Representative is bringing his brand of conservative talk to the airwaves.
Former State Rep. Todd Courser Planning Run For Lapeer County ProsecutorFormer state Rep. Todd Courser has filed to run for Lapeer County prosecutor.
Former Michigan Reps. Courser, Gamrat Pursuing Lawsuit Over Lost Wages, Damage To ReputationsThe ex-lawmakers have filed a notice with a Michigan court saying they could sue the state to recoup more than $500,000.
Republicans Keep 2 Michigan House Seats After Sex ScandalRepublicans have claimed victory in special elections to fill two House seats after two other Republicans were forced out of office in a sex scandal.
Former Michigan Reps. Courser, Gamrat Face Felony ChargesTwo former state lawmakers are now facing felony charges in connection with their scandalous love affair.
Ex-Lawmakers Courser, Gamrat Sued By Former Aides Alleging RetaliationTwo conservative ex-lawmakers who had an extramarital affair and attempted to conceal it have been sued by former aides.
Disgraced Lawmakers Todd Courser, Cindy Gamrat To Run For Old Seats Despite Sex ScandalTwo embattled Republican lawmakers say we haven't seen the last of them yet.
Michigan Legislature Focuses On Fall Agenda After Distracting ScandalThe coming weeks and months also will feature more debate on energy laws, criminal punishment and an effort to address financial problems in the state-run Detroit school district and other schools.