U of M Professor Accused Of Sexual Misconduct, On LeaveA University of Michigan violin professor went on leave,  days before a scathing article describing allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct spanning a 40-year time period was released. 
Doctor Accused Of Sexual Misconduct At Mount Clemens JailA doctor is accused of sexual misconduct against women at a suburban Detroit jail.
Cases Removed From Michigan Judge Accused of Misconduct A Livingston County judge accused of failing to disclose a relationship with a police officer during a murder case and other misconduct has been removed from hearing cases.
Filing False Police Report Among Charges Against 2 Former Detroit CopsProsecutors say that while investigators were working on the case, they listened to squad car audio and it revealed that the pair had been lying.
Former Michigan Reps. Courser, Gamrat Face Felony ChargesTwo former state lawmakers are now facing felony charges in connection with their scandalous love affair.
Civil Infractions Against 11 Detroit Cops Unveiled In Routine AuditThe Detroit police department says nearly a dozen officers are being investigated for possible misconduct.
School District To Pay $75K After Misconduct AllegationThe student says he was sexually harassed after he began testing for his GED in 2012.
Misconduct By Prosecutor, Perjury By Police: Man Freed After Years In PrisonA judge has ordered a Farmington Hills man, imprisoned for more than seven years, released because his drug trial was marred by perjury and misconduct.
Wayne County Judge Deborah Adams Ordered Removed From BenchShe's accused of forging her former attorney’s name on legal documents.
Eastpointe Cops Accused Of Selling Items Seized In Drug RaidsAn Eastpointe police sergeant has turned in his badge and a second officer remains under investigation for trying to sell merchandise that was seized during drug raids.
Misconduct Charge Against Retired Judge DismissedThe final felony misconduct charge has been dismissed against a retired Detroit area judge accused of neglecting her duties by allowing perjured testimony during a 2005 drug trial.