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May 2011

May 2011
May 13, 2011

COA Opinion: In the statute criminalizing tampering with evidence, 'official proceeding' means a proceeding that is 'considered by a judicial official authorized to hear evidence under oath.'

In People v Kissner, the Court of Appeals affirmed defendant's convictions of tampering with evidence, MCL 750.483a(6)(a), and attempted obstruction of justice, MCL 750.92. In a previous case defendant was convicted of burning real property. After he had exhausted all his appellate rights in that case, he filed a motion for relief

May 2011
May 11, 2011

COA Opinion: Statute criminalizing child sexually abusive material not unconstitutional.

In People v Roberts, the Court of Appeals upheld MCL 750.145c, which prohibits the production of child sexually abusive material, concluding that it is not unconstitutionally vague or overbroad. The defendant, who was convicted of three counts of child sexually abusive material, appealed his convictions arguing that MCL 750.145c

May 2011
May 2011
May 04, 2011

COA Opinion: Members of a limited liability company are jointly and severally liable for outstanding construction debt when they assent to distributions while knowing the company was insolvent.

In Florence Cement Co. v. Vettriano, the Court of Appeals determined that a limited liability company's corporate veil should have been pierced because its members failed to treat it as a separate entity, as evidenced by its and its member's finances. Three individuals (Essad, Bencivenga, and Vettriano) founded Shelby

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