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Michigan Consumers to Receive Compensation from Settlement in E-Books Price-Fixing Lawsuit

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced today that Michigan consumers will receive compensation from a settlement in a antitrust case against a major U.S. book publisher for price fixing and collusion in the electronic (e-book) market

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Schuette Announces Cyber Safety Program Reaches One Million Kids

Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced the Attorney General-led Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative has reached the milestone of presenting to one million children. The Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative is a free Internet safety program for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, presented by the Department of Attorney General

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AG Announces Conviction of Former MSP Lieutenant in Property Embezzlement Scheme

On Tuesday Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that his Public Integrity Unit (PIU) had secured the conviction of Luke Davis, 50, of Monroe, former Michigan State Police Lieutenant, who pleaded no contest to one count of Racketeering, a 20 year felony, before Monroe County’s 38th Circuit Court Chief Judge Michael W

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Charges Announced Against Former CEO, Bookkeeper Who Allegedly Embezzled $2.6 Million

On Friday, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced felony charges against two men who allegedly embezzled $2.6 million over an 11-year period.

The charges allege 67-year-old Jerry Stage of New Hudson and 55-year-old George Bauer of Commerce Township embezzled the funds from the Compensation Advisory Organization of Michigan (CAOM)

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Fmr Mortgage Processor President to Serve 40 Months to 20 Years for Role in Robo-Signing Fraud

On Friday, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that Lorraine Brown, former president of mortgage document processor DocX, was sentenced to 40 months to twenty years in prison on one count of Conducting Criminal Enterprises (Racketeering) for her role in authorizing the fraudulent signing of mortgage documents filed in Michigan

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AG Schuette Charges I-96 Shooter with Terrorism for 21 Attacks

On Thursday, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced the filing of terrorism, assault with intent to murder and felony firearm charges against Raulie Casteel, 43, of Wixom, for crimes allegedly committed in three counties

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Michigan AG to Prosecute I-96 Shootings Suspect

Attorney General Bill Schuette, Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings, Livingston County Prosecutor David Morse and Shiawassee County Prosecutor Randy O. Colbry today announced that the Attorney General’s Criminal Division will lead the prosecution of Raulie Casteel, 43, of Wixom, for crimes allegedly committed in three counties

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AG Wins Fight to Keep Convicted Teenage Murderers Behind Bars

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced that the Michigan Court of Appeals has agreed to keep convicted teenage murderers behind bars and prevent the re-victimization of murder victims’ family and friends by requiring new re-sentencing hearings

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AG Legislation Combating Child Pornography Passes State Senate

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette praised the Michigan Senate on Wednesday for unanimously passing his legislation aimed at strengthening laws which protect Michigan families from child pornography

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Johnson, Schuette Sue to Count Late Military Ballots

Secretary of State Ruth Johnson and Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced they are filing suit against 24 communities to require local clerks to extend the counting deadline for ballots that were not sent by the deadline set by Michigan election law so the voices of military and overseas voters are heard

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