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Statute makes cyberbullying a state crime

May 9, 2019

By Marie E. Matyjaszek Cyberbullying is certainly a hot topic at the moment, making its way into the political arena quite often. Just about everyone has posted something online and had a “troll” comment with harassing statements, some of which ...

Number one Chinese restaurant

May 9, 2019

When my wife and I visited Kauai, we were intrigued by the name of a restaurant we frequently passed. No doubt the owners of the “Super Number One Chinese Restaurant” wanted to distinguish themselves from anything merely called “Number One ...

Who gets the dog in the divorce?

May 9, 2019

By Jacqueline Newman BridgeTower Media Newswires Have a conversation with a dog lover and you’ll quickly figure out that their pup is an integral part of the family. The bond is a tight one and the thought of being separated is incomprehensible. So what ...

From the baseball diamond to love triangle - Part II

May 9, 2019

By Marie E. Matyjaszek I first wrote about Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera’s family law tangle in May 2018, and it appears that the matter is nearing conclusion – maybe. Miggy fathered two children with his ex-mistress Belkis Rodriguez, ...

A court 'tale of a taillight'

May 9, 2019

Sean Campbell I recently represented a client in a drunk driving trial in southern Michigan. As many veteran attorneys will tell you, defending a drunk driving trial can be a daunting task in this age of technology of dashcams and Breathalyzer results. This ...

From India to Greece

May 9, 2019

Except for my native Greek, no ethnic cuisine intrigues me like that of India. I am fortunate to live near a well-stocked Indian grocery, and I have spent many an idle time roaming the aisles, marveling at the aromatic spices and jars of Indian pickle, while ...