Month: January 2016

January 30, 2016 Abuse and Neglect Attorney

Perhaps you remember riding the school bus as a child. But your experience was most likely determined by the generation in which you grew up. For the older generation, while children were certainly noisy and sometimes even naughty, they were considerably more respectful of their elders. But in this day and age, bus drivers face…

January 26, 2016 Abuse and Neglect Attorney

If there has been one decided focus that the Flint water crisis has taken, it’s the overwhelming desire to find someone to blame for what happened. And Governor Snyder seems to be the guy at the top of the bonfire pile. But whether or not you agree with the nationwide drive to point the finger…

January 23, 2016 Abuse and Neglect Attorney

Nicholas Racine┬áSays He Was Taken Advantage Of   27-year-old Nicholas Racine, a resident of West Branch Township in Marquette County, is saying that he wants to withdraw the ‘no contest plea’ he made previously. His reason? he was taken advantage of by his former attorney, and had no idea what he was really committing to….

January 19, 2016 Abuse and Neglect Attorney

The former owner of Honey Bee Daycare in Kingsley, and her employee, have both been sentenced to probation after being charged with child abuse. Kristy Helmreich, who owned the small, home-run daycare, and Mary Zenner, who assisted her with the children there, will spend the next six months on probation.  

January 14, 2016 Abuse and Neglect Attorney

The Sasiwaans Immersion School, a Saginaw Chippewa tribal school located in Mount Pleasant, is the subject of quite serious allegations of abuse. According to a spokesman for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian tribe, an investigation is now being conducted, but very few details are currently being provided to the public.