A lawyer says she filed complaints against a state attorney who has protested the gay student government president at the University of Michigan.READ MORE: Michigan Reports 7,856 New COVID-19 Cases, 56 Deaths
Deborah Gordon is asking the Attorney Grievance Commission to investigate Andrew Shirvell and consider revoking or suspending his law license.READ MORE: Whitmer Raises $3.1M For Reelection Campaign In 3 Months
Shirvell is an assistant attorney general who has used a website to claim Chris Armstrong has a “radical homosexual agenda.” He’s also protested in his off hours at Armstrong’s appearances.
Gordon filed complaints Friday on behalf of herself and Armstrong. She calls it an “issue of ethics and common decency.”MORE NEWS: Detroit's Shinola Hotel To Host Halloween Party To Celebrate The Release Of Clue: The Shinola Hotel Edition
Shirvell’s lawyer, Philip Thomas, says he has free-speech rights. Shirvell returns to his state job on Nov. 5 after a leave. Armstrong dropped a request for a personal protection order.
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