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June 29, 2010

MSC Orders: June 28, 2010

On Monday, June 28, 2010, the Michigan Supreme Court (1) denied four bypass applications for leave; (2) denied 170 applications for leave; (3) denied six motions for reconsideration; (4) denied one motion for peremptory reversal; (5) held three cases in abeyance pending a decision in similar cases; (6) granted a motion to submit supplemental photographs; and (7) denied one motion for peremptory reversal. The Court also granted in part the prosecutor's motion for rehearing in People v. Richmond, No. 136648, stating that the prosecution may refile the charges against the defendant and, if necessary, file an interlocutory appeal to challenge the underlying suppression ruling. (Our discussion of the Richmond merits opinion can be found here.) Finally, the Court vacated the Court of Appeals opinion and reinstated an adjudication of delinquency in People v. Abdullah, No. 139586, as the adjudication was properly made under MCR 750.520d(1)(c).

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