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Attorney Jason Waechter Reminds Drivers to be Extra Careful After Time Change
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Auto Accident Attorney Jason Waechter wants drivers to know that more accidents seem to occur after we "spring forward" for Daylight Saving Time. Waechter, who has built a reputation as a top Car Accident Attorney over the last twenty years, implores drivers to be extra-vigilant on the roads this Sunday and Monday as they adjust to the new daylight patterns. (PRWeb March 07, 2015) Read the full ...
 
Lawmaker Recommends Taking Money Earmarked For Accident Victims To Fix Michigan Roads
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One Michigan lawmaker says he has a "Plan B" to fix Michigan's roads that does not involve a tax increase.
 
Wrong-way drunk driver goes to prison
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COLDWATER — A life of alcoholism and a wrong-way trip down I-69 resulting in an accident sent William Kerr, 60, to prison for 38 months to five years for fleeing Michigan State Police (MSP) Dec. 28, 2014.
 
Rose pleads guilty to DWI
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HILLSDALE — Hillsdale County District Court Judge Sara Lisznyai accepted Hillsdale Board of Public Utilities Director Rick Rose’s guilty plea on Tuesday concerning an incident in which he crashed his truck into a tree while driving with a high blood alcohol content.
 
GM ignition-switch death toll rises to 67
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General Motors said on Monday (Mar 16) that at least 67 people had died as a result of defective ignition switches in its vehicles, raising the death toll in its delayed-recall scandal.
 
Heroin recovery program gets more state money
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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - A pilot project to support heroin recovery is getting a financial boost in northwest Ohio. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine plans to be in Toledo on Monday to announce new grant funding for Lucas County to help the pilot program.
 
Relist Watch
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John Elwood reviews Monday’s relisted cases. After a customary mid-March break to allow all sentient life on Earth time to research and complete its brackets (history may view picking Villanova for the championship game as more Millard Fillmore than Abraham Lincoln), the Court is back in session, and so is the Watch. Let’s take a […]
 
Common-sense, low-cost fix for truck-train crashes rejected
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America's railroads want five more years to stop train wrecks using a high-tech system costing more than $9 billion. But experts tell The Associated Press that it won't keep trains and trucks from crashing ...
 
Defendant in car-death case hospitalized during Pitkin County Court hearing
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The wait will continue for a Midwestern family grieving the loss of a loved one claimed in a head-on car crash last year, after the defendant faced with sentencing had a nervous breakdown in court and was hospitalized Friday.The emotional outburst by Basalt resident Christine Tinner, 47, prompted Pitkin County Judge Erin Fernandez-Ely to delay making a decision on the sentence. But she allowed ...
 
Private records management raises access questions in Ohio
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Questions are being raised about access to public records in Ohio when private companies or proprietary software is used to manage the records.