A judge dismissed involuntary manslaughter charges against three people in the death of Sarah Comer at a Big Rapids nursing home and accused the Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox of being more interested in publicity than the "requirements of justice."
In filing charges, the attorney general "did so with the goal of maximizing his media exposure while ignoring the requirements of justice, due process and fair play," the judge said.
"He spoke about the defendants as if they had been convicted of the charges, which flies in the face of the underlying cornerstone of the criminal justice system -- the presumption of innocence," Grant said.
Ouch. That's gotta sting.
We will give you the weekend to think about that. Happy Friday all!