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  • Walled Lake garage contractor sentenced to 40-240 months for scamming customers

    April 25, 2024

    On Tuesday, Artemio “Temo” Sessions, 56, of Walled Lake, was sentenced by Judge Cheryl Matthews in the 6th Circuit Court in Oakland County to 40-240 months’ incarceration, announced Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. Sessions was charged in April of 2021 for repeatedly scamming homeowners out of tens of thousands of dollars under the guise of eventually building for them garages, and in February he was convicted by a jury of False Pretenses and Conducting a Criminal Enterprise.

  • Nessel urges human trafficking awareness during NFL Draft

    April 25, 2024

    With the NFL Draft expecting to bring hundreds of thousands of football fans to Detroit this week, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel wants residents to be familiar with the signs of human trafficking, a crime that often preys on large gatherings.

  • Attendees advised to be aware of parking scams during NFL Draft

    April 25, 2024

    As Detroit hosts its first-ever NFL Draft April 25-27, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel warns residents about parking scams targeting attendees. 

  • Association endorses Court of Appeals candidate for District 2

    April 25, 2024

    The Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) Executive Board has officially endorsed attorney Randy Wallace for the Michigan Court of Appeals, District 2. Wallace is running for an open seat and as of April 18, is the first candidate to file. MAJ President Jennifer McManus made the announcement.

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