State Supreme Court Proposing Rule on Local Court SecurityThe Michigan Supreme Court is considering a rule that would create local courthouse security committees.
Detroit-Area Judge On The Hook For $1.1M To Former EmployeeDearborn Judge Mark Somers is responsible for paying the award to Julie Pucci, as well as more than $400,000 in legal fees.
Supreme Court Turns Down Appeal In Michigan Carjacking CasePouncy was sentenced in 2006 to more than 40 years in prison.
Novi Man Accused Of Killing Wife Faces Life In PrisonDerrick Dixon was arraigned on first-degree premeditated murder on Monday. This charge is punishable by up to life in prison.
Man Found Guilty Of Killing Ex-Girlfriend's 18-Month-Old SonScott Jurewicz gave the child a "good shake" and put him down hard in a play pen in the home the couple shared in Michigan Center.
Court: Girl Who Killed Toddler Heard 'Demon's Voice'Court documents say an 8-year-old girl accused of killing a toddler at a home daycare in western Michigan suffers from "serious mental health" issues, including hearing a demon's voice.
Runner's Suit Against High School Cross Country Coach Can ProceedA 13-year-old member of the Chelsea High School cross-country team was hit by a vehicle after the coach instructed the team to cross an intersection on a "do not walk" symbol.
Jail Sentence Stopped For Man Convicted Of Jury TamperingKeith Wood was sentenced to eight weekends in jail last week in Mecosta County. But Wood's lawyer says another judge stopped the sentence while he pursues an appeal.
Van Driver Faces Circuit Court Arraignment In Buggy CrashThe horse-drawn buggy was rear-ended killing Sarah Stutzman.
Southfield Woman Arrives Late To Court, Gets Thrown In JailA Southfield woman learned the hard way that judges don't care much for tardiness -- or excuses.
Aaron Hernandez's Bar Tab From The Night Odin Lloyd Was Murdered [PHOTO]A bar manager testified Thursday that Hernandez spent the earlier part of the night drinking with a group at a bar in Rhode Island and smoking marijuana outside the bar with one of his friends.
Prosecutor's 'Diatribe' About Marijuana Ruins CaseThe evidence seemed solid in a marijuana case, but a "personal diatribe" against Michigan's medical marijuana law by an Upper Peninsula prosecutor spoiled the conviction, the state appeals court said.
Man Charged In Fatal Shooting At Northern Michigan BarPatrick Sourander of Prudenville was arraigned Monday in West Branch District Court on charges of second-degree murder, being a felon in possession of a firearm and possessing a firearm while committing a felony.
$3 Million Awarded In Case Against Ex-ProsecutorsThe Wendrows, of West Bloomfield, were charged in a sex-abuse case involving their then 14-year-old daughter.
DNA Clears Man In Prison For Rape, Other Crimes Lawyers say DNA tests exclude him and point to another man in a 2006 attack on a woman.