Michigan Court Rules Trump's Election Lawsuit Unlikely To Succeed On MeritsThe Michigan Court of Claims ruled Thursday that a lawsuit filed by the Trump campaign against Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was unlikely to succeed on the merits and denied a request by plaintiffs for immediate relief to stop the counting of ballots.
FBI Investigating Robocalls Spreading Misinformation To Michigan ResidentsThe FBI is now investigating reports of possible voter suppression.
FBI Investigates Robocalls Warning Voters To 'Stay Home'Voters across the U.S. received anonymous robocalls in the days and weeks before Election Day urging them to “stay safe and stay home” — an ominous warning that election experts said could be an effort to scare voters into sitting out the election.
Bad Axe Man Appointed Leader Of White Supremacist Group ChargedAttorney General Dana Nessel charged two Michigan men, one accused of being the leader of a national white supremacist group and the other an associate of the group.
Howell Insurance Agent Accused Of Embezzling $375K From Clients Heads To Circuit CourtA Howell insurance agent who is accused of taking more than $375,000 of her clients’ money between 2015 and 2019 was recently bound over to circuit court on charges of embezzlement and conducting a criminal enterprise, among other felonies. 
Attorney General Nessel Warns Consumers To Beware Of Scam Package Delivery TextsMost recent complaints report that these texts appear from unfamiliar phone numbers pretending to be a package delivery notice from Amazon, FedEx or other services. 
14th Suspect Charged In Kidnapping Plot, More ExpectedA 14th person is facing charges Thursday over the plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer and storm the state Capitol. 
AG Nessel To Michiganders: Know Your Employment RightsThe Michigan Department of Attorney General has established a Know Your Employment Rights section on the department’s website to provide information and answers to questions about the legal rights of employees and employers under the Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order.
AG: Cease And Desist Letter Sent To Businesses Selling Phony COVID-19 Protection PatchMeanwhile, price-gouging complaints related to COVID-19 filed with the Attorney General’s office are nearing 1,600.
AG Nessel Warns Of Scammers Trying To Get Medicaid, Medicare NumbersAnyone who receives a phone call they suspect to be a scam should hang up the phone.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Price Gouging Complaint Hotline Extended To The WeekendThe phone lines are usually open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours were extended earlier this week to keep up with demand and will be extended again from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.