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January 2011

Jan 2011
January 12, 2011

COA Opinion: Trial court's admission of witness testimony via video conference was reversible error when the state did not articulate an interest that would outweigh a defendant's right to confrontat

On January 11, 2011, the Court of Appeals published its per curiam opinion in People v. Buie, No. 278732. Previously, the Court of Appeals had addressed this defendant's appeal that his convictions for criminal sexual conduct, and related charges, should be vacated on the grounds that the trial court violated his Confrontation Clause rights by allowing a physician

Jan 2011
January 05, 2011

COA Opinion: Antisuit injunctions are not entitled to Full Faith and Credit, but a court should abstain from taking a case that implicates such an order

On January 4, 2011, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued a published opinion in Hare v Starr Commonwealth Corp, No. 291476. In that case, the trial court granted summary disposition for the garnishee on the ground that a New York antisuit injunction (that protected the garnishee from lawsuits during a period of rehabilitation) wa

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