Wayne County Attorney Pleads Guilty To Embezzling Money From Deceased Client's TrustAnthony Semaan, of Grosse Pointe Park, pleaded guilty to embezzlement $50,000 to $100,000 -- a 15-year felony. State officials say the money was intended for Michigan Humane.
GOP's Leonard Again Running For Michigan Attorney GeneralFormer legislative leader Tom Leonard announced his candidacy for Michigan attorney general on Friday, again seeking the Republican nomination he won in 2018 before losing to Democrat Dana Nessel in the general election.
Trump Endorses Election Fraud Lawyer For Michigan AGA lawyer who has made false claims about vote-counting machines in Michigan's 2020 election has won former President Donald Trump's endorsement for state attorney general.
Michigan GOP Lawmaker Announces Bid For Attorney GeneralState Rep. Ryan Berman announced Wednesday that he will seek the Republican nomination for Michigan attorney general.
AG Nessel: Legal Marijuana Use Shouldn't Disqualify Someone From Unemployment BenefitsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed a brief arguing that a person who was fired for marijuana use outside of the workplace should still qualify for unemployment benefits.
Members Of Wolverine Watchmen To Stand TrialJoseph Morrison, Paul Bellar, and Pete Musico appeared in court Monday for a preliminary exam before Judge Michael Klaeren of the 12th District Court in Jackson County where they were bound over and will stand trial for their part in the alleged plot.
AG Nessel Charges Manistee Adult Foster Care Homeowner with Elder AbuseMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Friday her Health Care Fraud Division is charging a woman with four misdemeanor counts of Fourth Degree Vulnerable Adult Abuse and four felony counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance.
Nessel: Payroll Fraud Charges In The WorksMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is gearing up for potential criminal and civil charges as part of her office’s efforts to safeguard Michigan workers and combat the growing problem of payroll fraud in the state.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette Recovering From Hip SurgeryThe 61-year-old Republican is expected to spend Monday night in the hospital and return home on Tuesday.
Report: Charities See Only 35 Cents For Each Dollar RaisedA new report from the State Attorney General's Office says the middleman that charities use to solicit donations is actually getting more money than the charities themselves.
I-96 Shooting Suspect In Court On Fresh ChargesA man suspected in a shooting spree that targeted motorists along the I-96 corridor in four Michigan counties is scheduled for arraignment on a new set charges that include terrorism.