AG Nessel Defends Charges In Man's Death At Mall In 2014New evidence and a fresh look led to charges against four security guards in the 2014 death of a Black man who stopped breathing during a struggle at a suburban Detroit mall, the Michigan attorney general said Oct. 14.
Former EGLE Employee Pleads Guilty To EmbezzlementA former employee of the Environment Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) pleaded guilty to embezzling from the state.
Nessel Seeks Public Input On Recent Power OutagesAttorney General Dana Nessel announced that she has launched an online feedback initiative to collect power outage experiences from residents and businesses as she continues to advocate for Michigan consumers.
Clarkston Man Charged With Threatening WhitmerAttorney General Dana Nessel announced that a Clarkston man has been charged for sending threatening messages directed at Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
AG Nessel Warns Michiganders Of Scams Following Recent Storm DamageMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reminds Michigan residents to beware of scammers following the storm damage in parts of Michigan.
AG Nessel To Probe People Making Money Off Election ClaimsMichigan's attorney general has opened an investigation after a Republican-led state legislative panel said people are making baseless allegations about 2020 presidential election results in a northern Michigan county to raise money or publicity for their own ends.