Attorney General Bill Schuette

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 vo…
Schuette Crime Bill Clears Legislature, Heads to Governor’s Desk
Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced that his central crime legislation, Senate Bill 1109, also known as VO-4, was passed in the Michigan Senate. The VO-4 plan allows prosecutors to require a minimum 25-year sentence for certain repeat criminals who have committed four felonies while progres…
Sec. of State Offices Collect Food for Harvest Gathering
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has announced that residents can donate nonperishable food items at local Secretary of State branch offices, continuing a long-standing tradition of giving to families in need.
Speaking on behalf of Secretary Johnson, Department of State chief of staff Mike Senyko help…
Schuette Launches 2012 Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative Program
On Wednesday, Attorney General Bill Schuette today visited CA Frost Environmental Science Academy to announce the launch of the 2012 Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative (CSI), a free internet safety program for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, offered by the Attorney General&CloseCurlyQuo…
AG Reminds Consumers That His Office Is Monitoring Gas Prices
In response to the developing storm in the Gulf of Mexico, Attorney General Bill Schuette reminded consumers and retailers that gas gouging is against the law in Michigan and carries severe penalties.
“As Labor Day weekend nears, Tropical Storm Isaac, combined with other factors, will likely re…
Schuette’s Violent Offender Bill Heads to House Floor
On Wednesday, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that his central crime legislation, known as VO-4, passed from the Michigan House Judiciary Committee today. The VO-4 plan allows prosecutors to require a minimum 25-year sentence for certain repeat criminals who have committed four felonies wh…

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