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May 2013

May 2013
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May 03, 2013

MSC reverses because COA erred in applying principles of direct liability to vicarious liability claim

In lieu of granting leave to appeal in Langton v. State of Michigan, the Michigan Supreme Court reversed the judgment of the Court of Appeals and reinstated the order of the Court of Claims denying in part the defendant's motion for summary judgment. The Michigan Supreme Court determined that because the theory of vicarious liability is not

May 2013
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May 02, 2013

MSC to examine criminal sentencing issues regarding notice of intent to seek enhanced sentence

The Michigan Supreme Court granted the application for leave to appeal in People v. Johnson. The parties shall address: (1) whether the amendment of the supplemental notice of intent to seek to enhance the defendant's sentence was contrary to MCL 769.13, and if so, what remedy the defendant is entitled, if any; and (2) whether the trial ha

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