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Whitmore v Charlevoix County Road Commission

Posted on Monday, May 14, 2018

The Michigan Supreme Court heard arguments on December 7, 2011 in a highway defect case this week in Whitmore v Charlevoix County Road Commission.  The Court had lots of questions for both sides (Bill Henn for Defendant and Liisa Speaker for Plaintiff). 

 

You might be able to catch a rerun on MGTV.  Stay tuned for a decision on the case by the end of the term.

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