Michigan Supreme Court will hear arguments in Grand Rapids in a gun case from Muskegon area
Court occasionally meets around state to hear cases, give the public a glimpse without having to travel to Lansing
Justice is on a road trip as the Michigan Supreme Court hears a case in Grand Rapids.
The court occasionally meets around the state to hear cases and give the public a glimpse without having to travel to Lansing. As many as 200 high school students are expected Thursday at Gerald R. Ford Museum.
The Supreme Court is handling a case from Muskegon County. The issue is whether Kurtis Minch could assign a large collection of firearms to his mother after he pleaded guilty to illegally possessing a sawed-off shotgun. The prosecutor didn't request to have the weapons seized.
A Muskegon county judge and the state appeals court say the guns can go to Minch's mother. The Supreme Court will have the final say.
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