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People v. Davis: Oral Argument Video

The Michigan Supreme Court now offers video of oral arguments as part of its “Virtual Court” program. Recently, our very own Clinton Hubbell had the opportunity to argue a case, People v. Cortez Davis, in front of the Court with a nationally recognized legal expert, Bryan Stevenson from the Equal Justice Initiative, on the topic of juvenile

Detroit Free Press Columnist Brian Dickerson: “More Than 100 Former Judges, Prosecutors and Corrections Officials Say Miller Mandates New Sentencing for Juveniles”

Detroit Free Press Columnist Brian Dickerson (we love this guy at HubbellDuVall, PLLC) has struck again in his article published March 2, 2014. Discussing the amicus briefs submitted by former judges, prosecutors and corrections officials, Dickerson again calls into question Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s motives: “Schuette has repeatedly represented himself as the champion of survivors whose loved

Bitcoin Bankruptcy

MtGox, one of the largest bitcoin exchanges, has filed an application for bankruptcy protection in Japan. This came after the exchange experienced technical difficulties and was victim to a substantial “robbery.” Bitcoins have been a financial wild west for the last several years; varying in value widely. Introduced in 2008, bitcoin has no central issuing

City of Detroit Income Tax Amnesty

The City of Detroit will offer amnesty to companies and individuals owing the City income taxes. The offer will be good through mid-February and will allow the payment of income taxes without penalty, which is often a meaningful portion of the tax debt. This effort is expected to generate is expected to generate about $ 4 million dollars.

Election 2012: Supreme Court Justices

Foreword With election season upon us, and November 6th right around the corner, many people have made up their minds with respect to the major candidates like president and vice president, the U.S. Senators and Representatives, and even candidates at the state level. Little do people consider the third co-extensive branch of government—the state judiciary.

2012 London Olympic Missile Update – By Melissa Kucemba, Legal Intern

Residents of London went to court when the government decided that their homes would be used as missile bases. For the 2012 Olympic Games, the British military has decided to set up six missile bases to protect the city from potential terrorist attacks. The military wants to prepare itself to launch surface-to-air missiles at any air raids that are spotted

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