Human Trafficking Investigation Results In Criminal Charges Against Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings

As a result of a federal human trafficking investigation in which a pimp faces 15-25 years in federal prison, Stuart Dunnings is charged with ten counts of engaging in prostitution, four counts of neglect of duty and a 20-year felony for inducing a woman to give sex for cash LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Bill …

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Schuette: Second Person Sentenced in $40,000 Forgery Scam at Detroit Court

Co-conspirator of former court clerk sentenced on two counts of forgery for scheme that involved bribes being exchanged for the dismissal of traffic violations LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced that Charles Fair, 44, the co-conspirator of former 36th District Court clerk Annette Bates, was sentenced to 24 months of probation, the …

Schuette Charges South East Michigan Man and his Company with Thirty-Five Felonies in Mortgage and Debt Management Scheme

Defendant allegedly used client’s money like a personal bank account LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced that his Homeowner Protection Unit has filed thirty-five felony charges against Pasquale Longordo, 39, of Birmingham, and his company Modify Loan Experts, LLC, for allegedly stealing money from Michigan residents who were facing mortgage foreclosures or …

Mentoring Program Led by Women Judges Helps Law School Students

LANSING, MI, March 8, 2016 – Noting International Women’s Day, the Michigan Supreme Court today highlighted MentorJet, an initiative of the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ).  Chaired in Michigan by Clinton County Circuit Judge Michelle M. Rick, MentorJet brings together judges, lawyers, and law students so that the students can ask questions and learn …

Charges Announced in 1991 Cold Case Murder of Midland County Woman

Oakland County man arraigned 25 years after allegedly slaying his ex-girlfriend’s mother MIDLAND ­– Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, Midland County Prosecutor J. Dee Brooks and Midland County Sheriff Scott Stephenson today announced the arrest and arraignment of Michael McIntyre, 51, of New Hudson, on one count of Felony Murder and one count of First Degree Premeditated …

Don’t Let a Ticket Scam Ruin Your March Madness Experience

Know your vendor, inspect your tickets to prevent missing your team on the court LANSING ­– With college basketball tournament season just days away, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today issued an alert advising consumers to be wary of online ticket purchasing scams. “Sports fans are a dedicated bunch, willing to spend top dollar and travel hundreds …