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Posted: Sep 9, 2010, 3:15 PM
In People v Tennyson, the MSC held that the possession of drugs and firearms, by itself, was not legally sufficient to support the defendant's conviction under MCL 750.145 for doing an act that "tended to cause a minor child to become neglected or delinquent so as to tend to come under the jurisdiction of the family division of the circuit court."
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Posted: Sep 3, 2010, 2:50 PM
In People v Szalma, the Michigan Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeals' decision remanding a case for a new trial would subject a defendant to double jeopardy where the trial court had already determined that the prosecutor failed to present sufficient evidence to convict and granted a directed verdict of acquittal.
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