Clarence Gomery is a former prosecutor for Grand Traverse and Leelanau counties. He is now being accused of trying to hire a hitman from Traverse City to murder another attorney in northern Michigan. Gomery allegedly tried to hire Dale Fisher to murder Traverse City lawyer Christopher Cooke. Prosecuting Attorney for Grand Traverse County, Bob Cooney,… Read more »
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Twenty-two-year-old Ramsey Fakhouri of Troy wanted money to buy his Illinois girlfriend an engagement ring. The problem, he helped carry out a robbery outside the bank where she worked. Fakhouri has now been sentenced to six and a half years in prison after he pleaded guilty in March, and his 18-year-old co-defendant from Concord, Michigan… Read more »
A survivor involved in a boating accident on Lake Michigan that killed at least two people is now suing the company that rented the group the 33-foot motorboat that caught fire miles from shore. The suit that was filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court against Sail Time Chicago, alleges that maintenance was performed on… Read more »
Baseel Abdul-Amir Saad, a Detroit area soccer player who is accused of killing a referee with a punch to his neck appeared in court on Thursday. Saad is now charged with second-degree murder. The 36 year old auto mechanic from Dearborn was arraigned Thursday in Livonia District Court. Saad’s bond is set at $1-million. John… Read more »
Listen to Brian Dailey as a guest on the Paul W. Smith Show on WJR on January 8, 2013. They discuss the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway and what it means for the court and the state of Michigan. Download (Right-click and Save Link As)
Now there’s an easy way to keep track of the federal trial of the former mayor of Detroit, Kwame Kilpatrick. KwameTrial.com is touted as the source for all information related to the legal trials and tribulations of Detroit’s former hip-hop mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick. The site includes live on site reports from KwameTrial.com legal expert Michelle… Read more »
Does a police officer first have to check with the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA) Registry to confirm a suspect is not on that Registry before requesting a search warrant? The Michigan Court of Appeals says NO.
Which law applies – Local, State, or Fedaral. See what Matt has to say.
If you have a medical marijuana card you will want to read this story from Dailey Law Firm attorney Matt Catchick
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