MICHIGAN (CBS DETROIT) – A 77-year-old Michigan barber’s license has been suspended by the state, according to his attorney.

As of Wednesday morning, Karl Manke’s shop remained open.

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According to David Kallman Legal Group, Manke has not been served with paperwork from the state.

A status conference hearing was held Wednesday morning by Manke’s attorney and a circuit court judge in Shiawassee County. The court scheduled a brief to be submitted to the judge, but a hearing with the state was not scheduled.

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Manke reopened his shop last week in Owosso despite Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order that non-essential businesses remain closed.

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