Attorney General Bill Schuette

Schuette to Announce McCotter Investigation Results
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette will announce results of the criminal investigation into allegations of fraud related to the May 2012 submission of nominating petitions to place former Congressman Thaddeus McCotter on the ballot for the 11th Congressional District...
A.G. Schuette Issues Opinion on Emergency Manager Law
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette issued an opinion Monday afternoon on the state's return to Public Act 72.
Last Friday the Michigan Supreme Court ruled voters will get the opportunity in November to have their say on Public Act 4, the state's controversial Emergency Manager law...
Flint-area Men Convicted in Illegal Video Poker Operations
Attorney General Bill Schuette and Michigan State Police Director Colonel Kriste Kibbey Etue today announced felony convictions for two men who served as the ringleaders of an extensive illegal video poker operation in Flint-area bars. The convictions are the culmination of a crackdown by the Michi…
Michigan Reactions to Supreme Court Health Care Ruling
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder:
"The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is legislation that misses the point on the most important reforms needed in our health care system. In the meantime, it has been a detriment to the economic recovery of our country by causing massive uncertainty …
Illegal Flint Casino’s Request Denied by Judge
Attorney General Bill Schuette and Michigan State Police Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue announced that an alleged gambling operation will remain closed after a judge sided with law enforcement's actions. On July 11, 2012, Judge Judith Fullerton of Genesee's 7th Circuit Court denied a request by th…
Schuette Crime Bill Passes Senate, VO-4 Bill Heads to House
Attorney General Bill Schuette's crime legislation, known as VO-4, has passed through the Michigan Senate.
The VO-4 plan allows prosecutors to require a minimum 25-year sentence for repeat violent offenders who have amassed four felony convictions while progressing to more violent crimes...

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