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Blog Posts in March, 2015
Posted By Shannon SmithIn January 2015, University of Michigan fraternities and sororities took a trip north of Ann Arbor to two popular ski resorts in northern Michigan. During their stay at Treetops Resort and Boyne Mountain, the students reeked havoc through the rooms and halls and caused, as the price stands now, over $130,000 in damage to both resorts. The restoration company working to clean and repair the damage ...Continue Reading
Posted By Shannon SmithRecently, NBC News anchor Brian Williams came under criticism for claiming to be on board a helicopter that was shot down. The problem is that Mr. Williams was not on a helicopter that was shot down. Mr. Williams has blamed his version of events on "the fog of memory," but many people do not believe one's memory could be that misleading. However, Brian Williams is not the first person to have a ...Continue Reading
Posted By Shannon SmithWithin the past few weeks, NBC news anchor Brian Williams has been in the spotlight of media attention, not because of his anchoring skills, but because of a story he told about himself. In 2003, Williams was in Iraq and riding in a helicopter when the helicopter in front of the one in which he was riding came under fire by a rocket propelled grenade. However, over the years Williams changed his ...Continue Reading
Posted By Shannon SmithOn February 19, 2015, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued a published opinion in the matter of People v Evans Costner (Docket No. 316806). In Costner , the Court of Appeals held that an individual who is even 1 day past the 4-year or 48 month eligibility limit described under MCL 28.728c(14)(a)(ii) (the "Romeo and Juliet" provision of the Michigan Sex Offenders Registration Act "SORA"), is ...Continue Reading
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