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High Court Rules Religious Mom Can No Longer Homeschool

Admittedly, the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s recent decision favoring public school over homeschooling by Mother does not bind any of the courts in our jurisdiction.  Nevertheless, the ruling is instructive for anyone wrangling with family court issues. This blog tracked the dispute in an earlier post as the case was submitted to the High Court […]

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Michigan Attorney General Files Amicus Briefs in Medical Marijuana Cases

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has filed amicus briefs in two medical marijuana cases pending in Michigan appellate courts; one case is from Oakland County, the other from Isabella County. The Oakland County case, the well-known People v Redden debacle, involved whether an unregistered marijuana user could nevertheless assert the defenses set forth in the […]

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