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February 2011

Feb 2011
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February 02, 2011

COA Opinion: An in-person anonymous tip about potentially dangerous driving was sufficient to justify an investigative stop of a moving vehicle

In People v. Barbarich, No. 290772, the Court of Appeals held that an anonymous tip about potentially dangerous driving provided by an in-person, unnamed citizen informant was sufficient to justify an investigative stop of a moving vehicle. In Barbarich, a police officer on a regular patrol stopped the defenda

Feb 2011
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February 02, 2011

COA Opinion: Defendant charged with CSC IV has no statutory right to petition for removal from sex offender registry

In in re Mustaf Sulijman the Court of Appeals held that since defendant was charged with CSC IV he had no right to petition for removal from the sex offender registry. In 1999, when defendant Sulijman was 13, he entered a plea of admission to one misdemeanor count of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC IV). After defendant

Feb 2011
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February 01, 2011

MSC Order List: January 31, 2011

On January 31, 2011, the Michigan Supreme Court denied a motion to waive fees in Woods v. Twenty Third Circuit Court Administrator, because MCL 600.2963 requires that a prisoner pursuing a civil action be liable for filing fees. The Court ordered the appellant to pay an initial partial filing fee within 21 days.

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