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One year later: Paeth v. Worth township. An overview of the case published in the Detroit News

Written by Daniel P. Dalton on August 13, 2011 Category: Land Use and Zoning

A year ago today, a jury in the United States District Court in Detroit, Michigan rendered the largest verdict in a First Amendment retaliation, Due Process case in Michigan. Since that time, the Township recalled the elected offiical at the heart of the case, two otehr members resigned, the residents were assessed to pay for the jury verdict on thier summer taxes and the case is pending on appeal. The compelling story is profiled in today’s Detroit News.

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