Tag Archives: Michigan

Court finds defendant’s retro plea a tough sell

WASHINGTON – Can a common practice in criminal defense trigger constitutional protections when it’s suddenly changed? The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court didn’t seem to think so, at least in the context of Metrish v. Lancaster, which was argued ...

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Michigan chiropractor awarded $7 million

A Michigan jury has awarded Dr. Micheil Hanczaryk and his practice, Bristol Chiropractic Centre, nearly $7 million on claims of breach of contract, negligence, failure to honor good faith duties and false light invasion of privacy against his carrier, Podiatry Insurance Co. of America (PICA).

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