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    Default Felony Misconduct in Office

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Michigan

    Officials determine breach of statutory requirements is OK.

    Possible courses of action toward statutory compliance when officials have determined to ignore and repeat violations?

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    Default Re: Felony Misconduct in Office

    cyjeff - my appologies, I thought it was clear the links contained 'Details' of the misconduct being addressed. The typical response to simply stating 'misconduct in office' is discounting the claim, ie. if claim were true and accurate some official would already be taking corrective action.

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    Default Re: Felony Misconduct in Office

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    cyjeff - my appologies, I thought it was clear the links contained 'Details' of the misconduct being addressed. The typical response to simply stating 'misconduct in office' is discounting the claim, ie. if claim were true and accurate some official would already be taking corrective action.
    Okay.

    You don't want to provide details, I ain't clicking a website just cause you want me to, and you want to tell me what a typical response is.

    i tell you what... find an attorney.
    All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence; then success is sure.
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    Default Re: Felony Misconduct in Office

    Details = Michigan - misconduct in office
    definition - duties imposed by law have not been properly and faithfully discharged. Felony status established by showing intensional breach of a positive statutory duty, or the performance of a discretionary act with an improper or corrupt motive.

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    Default Re: Felony Misconduct in Office

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    Details = Michigan - misconduct in office
    definition - duties imposed by law have not been properly and faithfully discharged. Felony status established by showing intensional breach of a positive statutory duty, or the performance of a discretionary act with an improper or corrupt motive.
    Pout all you want.

    Until you post the details, smartass, no one will help you.
    All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence; then success is sure.
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