Monday, August 11, 2014

Fausone Bohn Scores a Win at Michigan Court of Appeals

Two years ago, then-Congressman Thaddeus McCotter of Michigan’s 11th District got caught up in a petition fraud scandal that threw him off the ballot and led him to resign from Congress.

It also led to two of his staffers being charged with “conspiracy to commit a legal act in an illegal manner” – a felony. A team of lawyers at Fausone Bohn handled the matter successfully from the trial court all the way to the Michigan Court of Appeals.

The trial judge agreed that the Michigan Attorney General over charged in the case, and dismissed the conspiracy charges. The decision was upheld by the Court of Appeals.

A job well-done by attorneys Mark Mandell, Keith Madden, and Jim Pelland!

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