Could Snyder Go To Jail For Approving Detroit Bankruptcy Filing?At this hearing, WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton said the judge could hold Gov. Rick Snyder in contempt of court for violating her order to withdraw the bankruptcy.
Langton: Are Black Americans More Racist Than Whites?The survey concluded that just 15 percent believe white Americans are more racist.
Could Gary Brown's New Position Violate City Charter?"Anyone looking to prove the state has taken over the city, now has 225,000 reasons," Langton said.
Sexy Texts Revealed In 'Shirtless Judge' Case; Judge Allegedly Has 'Hypomania' WWJ's legal analyst Charlie Langton said Judge Wayne McCree's attorney told the courtroom he suffers from hypomania, a type of bipolar disorder, characterized by "excessive energy, little need for sleep and unusual exhilaration" according to WebMD.
Legislation Aims To Stop Cops From Using Underage InformantsMany say these middle schoolers are too young to be thrown into these dangerous situations," said WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton.
Deadbeats? 36th District Court Owed Millions It Can't Collect "If I collected from every dead person, I don't think we'd put a number on that because those people, most often, have more than one ticket," said Chief Judge Kenneth King.
Women's Groups Fight To Know Everyone's Pay To Battle Discrimination"How much do you think he makes?" That question could come out of dirty corners around the office watercooler and get out in the sunshine if Michigan women's groups have their way.
Michigan's Ban On Weight Discrimination Could Derail 'Pay Per Pound' Flights"Essentially, Michigan loves fat people," Langton said.
Arguments In Kilpatrick Case Running To Thursday A juror's personal matter means there will be a day off in the middle of closing arguments in the corruption trial of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
Kwame Kilpatrick Trial Closing Arguments: Day OneCBS Detroit will be live and local all morning at the closing arguments of the trial, so tune to WWJ Newsradio and check back HERE as the most explosive allegations are encapsulated for the jury.
Kilpatrick Verdict Is In: Not From Jury, But From Jury Watchers "This jury has been very active," Franks said. "(They have) asked the people to compare exhibits on the slides so they can compare information ...The jury is very into the case. It's perfect, I would think, for the prosecution."
Macomb Prosecutor Fights Release Of Sex CriminalThe Michigan Parole Board says Liske, 47, is now ready to be released. But Macomb County prosecutor Eric Smith, who personally prosecuted Liske, says he still remains a risk to the public.
Author Says Black Liberalism, Kwanzaa, Are 'Anti-God'Swimp added that "no conservative" celebrates Kwanzaa, which he describes as an anti-God, anti-American celebration meant to distract black people from the true meaning of Christmas.
Instagram Says It Owns Your Photos"The Internet is the new public highway," said WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton. "This is a tech highway, you should have no expectation of privacy when you use Facebook."
Middleton Nurse Suicide Brings Up Question: When Does A Prank Go Too Far?Even if the call to Kate Middleton's hospital room was legal overseas, Buck Head predicted the Australian DJs are "gone." "There would be riots if they kept their job ... There's no way, I definitely think they're gone," he said.