Civil Rights — Due course of – ‘Administrative flash’ – Michigan Legal professionals Weekly

in US 6th Court of Appeals, Opinion Digests

December 31, 2020

When a plaintiff’s tow truck towing operator filed a complaint against a decision by the defendant’s Michigan Secretary of State requiring plaintiffs to seek approval from an investigator at the Secretary of State’s office before selling cars or renewing their driver’s license, a judgment dismissing the complaint should be confirmed as the plaintiff’s claims for violations of the fourth amendment, the takings clause, the eighth amendment, and the due process clauses and privileges or immunities of the fourteenth amendment are unfounded. Full access to news articles on is available to registered Michigan Lawyers Weekly subscribers. Subscribers can sign up on the Sign Up tab below. Others can join our audience today with a subscription.

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