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Secret Baptism Leads to Criminal Contempt

This interesting family law case springs from Livingston County. The Livingston family court judge’s criminal contempt ruling was reversed by the Michigan Court of Appeals last month based on a Due Process analysis. The Roman Catholic parents divorced in 2013 and had joint custody of their infant daughter.¬†Father attempted to have their daughter baptized at […]

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Pond’s Defense: Self-Defense on Mackinac Island

One of the most famous tourist spots in Michigan, iconic Mackinac Island, has played a surprisingly important role in our state’s history. The island was a key battleground in the War of 1812 when the British attempted to retake our country, landing on the island from the North, taking some high-ground, and with the assistance […]

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