2018: Michigan Supreme Court hears case in U.P. for first time ever

April 25, 2018 all-day

The Michigan Supreme Court has crossed the Mackinac Bridge for the first time, hearing a case at Lake Superior State Univeristy in the Upper Peninsula as part of a program called “Court Community Connections”.

Wednesday marked the 22nd time the court has held a public oral argument with the goal of educating the audience on how the top of the judiciary system, in particularly the appellate process, works. They try to hold one in the fall and one in the spring. The case in dispute was over a golf cart crash in Farmington Hills.

For the full article, see “Michigan Supreme Court hears case in U.P. for first time ever“, Detroit Free Press, April 25, 2018.

For another, see Nick Nolan, “Michigan Supreme Court hears case at LSSU“, Sault News, April 26, 2018

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