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May 2014 Archives

Man seeks continuation of divorce after wife dies; request denied

Can you divorce someone after they die? It seems like an odd question for the average Michigan resident, but one New York man thought it was a valid concern. That man apparently attempted to continue his divorce case after his estranged wife committed suicide. The reason: She had taken him off of the beneficiary list for her life insurance and retirement accounts two months before her death.

Medical marijuana users face uphill child custody battle

The state says that it is legal to use medical marijuana; but are parents held to an unfair standard? Experts in Michigan say that too many parents face unfair discrimination during child custody proceedings because they hold medical marijuana cards. Legal officials and decision-makers are often skeptical about the legitimacy of patients' marijuana use, which is causing serious barriers for parents who are using the drug as a medical solution.

Man convicted of drinking and driving in fatal accident case

A Michigan man has been convicted in connection with a drunk driving crash that left a young couple dead in October. The defendant, age 27, was convicted of drunken driving causing death by jurors in Grand Rapids. Three guilty verdicts were returned in connection with the OWI charges. The defendant will be sentenced in mid-May. He could face up to 15 years' prison time in connection with the wreck.

Men with prior record facing drug charges after chase, crash

A harrowing police chase in Ann Arbor has led to the arrest of two Michigan men, who have now been charged with a series of drug crimes. The two men, ages 25 and 26, are accused of bringing heroin into Washtenaw County. They are each facing several felony drug charges, for which they were arraigned on April 24.