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Court Hearing For Climate Activists

Nathan Clark | ANN ARBOR, MI – The University of Michigan doesn’t have to hand over any more information to defense attorneys than it did to prosecutors in a trespassing case involving climate change protesters, an Ann Arbor judge ruled Thursday. Citing Michigan court rules for misdemeanor cases, 15th District Court Judge Karen Valvo found…

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Nessel set to appeal dismissed charges against former Ann Arbor priest

The Detroit News, BETH LEBLANC- The Detroit News – An Ann Arbor district judge has dismissed charges against a former Diocese of Lansing priest after deciding a statute of limitations argument by Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office that had been used in other clergy abuse cases could not be applied in this one. Judge Joseph Burke…

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Criminal charges dismissed against ex-Ann Arbor priest accused of molesting altar boy

Criminal charges dismissed against ex-Ann Arbor priest accused of molesting altar boy Criminal charges dismissed against ex-Ann Arbor priest accused of molesting altar boy Citing the dates of the alleged criminal acts, a judge found the charges failed to abide by the crime’s then six-year statute of limitations. Source: www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2019/10/criminal-charges-dismissed-against-ex-ann-arbor-priest-accused-of-molesting-alter-boy.html

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Probation, apology letter ordered from man who stole from girls soccer team

By Nathan Clark | ANN ARBOR, MI – The Pioneer High School Girls Soccer Program got a check for more than $30,000 Thursday afternoon. Unfortunately, it’s not a new donation. It’s $30,975.25 being returned to the girls after the program’s former treasurer pleaded no contest to embezzling the cash over a two-year-period. Handing the check…

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AG drops charges against Northfield police lieutenant

By Darcie Moran | WHITMORE LAKE, MI – A criminal case filed by the attorney general’s office last year against a Northfield Township police lieutenant and two relatives has been dropped in Livingston County. Lt. Timothy Greene, 48, his brother John Greene, 44, of Wyandotte and his father, Robert Greene, 76, of Canton, had charges related…

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