Man Pleads Guilty In Conspiracy To Kidnap Gov. WhitmerOne of six men charged in an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy, admitting that the group discussed an incredible scheme to snatch her at her lakeside vacation home and destroy a bridge to slow down police.
Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Approval To $641M Flint Water SettlementThe Court’s approval order will become effective on Jan. 27, 2021.
Lawyers Clash Over Integrity Of Election In DetroitAn attorney urged a judge Wednesday to allow Detroit-area election officials to certify the Nov. 3 results, saying any halt would empower the "right-wing fire” trying to cast doubt on the outcome.
Judge Hears Challenge To Election Day Ban On Displaying GunsJudge Christopher Murray heard arguments on a challenge to a rule announced on Oct. 16 by Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Democrat, who has banned people from openly carrying guns within 100 feet of polling places on Nov. 3.
3 Men Appear In Court Over Plot To Kidnap Gov. WhitmerThree of the six men facing federal charges for a plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, made their first court appearance Tuesday.
County Clerks: We’ll Lose Money If Phones Are OK At CourtsCourt clerks around Michigan are criticizing a proposal to allow phones and other electronic devices in courthouses.
Man Pleads Guilty To Carving Gang Name Into Teen's ChestA suburban Detroit man has pleaded guilty to carving a local gang's name into a 15-year-old boy's chest.
Deal Reached To Treat 17-Year-Old Offenders As JuvenilesA deal has been reached by Michigan lawmakers to no longer automatically treat 17-year-old criminal defendants as adults.
Competency Evaluation For Man Charged In Detroit SlayingsAn evaluation referral was made in court Wednesday for 34-year-old Deangelo Martin who is charged in the killings of the women whose bodies were found in abandoned houses in the city as far back as February 2018.
Packed House At Kevin Spacey Arraignmentedia trucks lined the usually quiet street where the Nantucket courthouse sits before dawn Monday. Locals on the island, which teems with tourists in the summer but largely shuts down in winter, drove by slowly to take pictures of reporters standing in line in the cold.
Pipe Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Due In CourtThe man suspected of sending 14 pipe bombs to prominent Democrats around the country will be formally charged in court Monday.