Blog

Dec 2016
12

Parents Can Face Charges for Refusing to Vaccinate Their Children

The question of whether or not to vaccinate one’s child is one of the most controversial topics in recent news. Many parents across the country are changing how they view vaccinations, seeing them as being more harmful than helpful. Groups of anti-vaccination or “anti-vax” groups have chosen not to vaccinate their child. Vaccines are powerful; […]

Read More
Dec 2016
05

U of Michigan Law School Receives $250k Grant for Shaken Baby Cases

The University of Michigan’s law school is set to receive approximately $250,000 in federal grant money to implement a team that will look further into several shaken baby syndrome cases (“SBS”), which are increasingly be referred to by a new title – Abusive Head Trauma cases. The Innocence Clinic at the law school investigates convictions […]

Read More
Oct 2016
19

Satawa Law, PLLC Successfully Appeals Client Charged with First and Second-Degree Sexual Conduct

Satawa Law, PLLC recently prevailed on a writ of habeus corpus based on ineffective assistance of counsel filed on behalf of a client in Spaulding v. Larson. The client had been convicted at trial of second-degree criminal sexual conduct and and first-degree criminal sexual conduct. He was sentenced to conncurrent terms of 3 to 15 […]

Read More

schedule an Appointment