Diane Hathaway

8:11 pm
Mon May 20, 2013

Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice seeks to avoid jail time

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U.S. Attorney will ask for 12 to 18 month sentence for Diane Hathaway who resigned from the state's highest court earlier this year
Detroit - Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway shouldn't spend a day in federal prison, her lawyer said Monday, despite admitting she orchestrated an elaborate two-year scheme to defraud her bank of $600,000 owed on a Grosse Pointe Park home.
8:10 pm
Wed February 27, 2013

Macomb County Judge selected to fill vacancy on Michigan Supreme Court

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David Viviano's seat on the state's highest court will be up for election in 2014.
LANSING - Macomb County Circuit Court Judge David Viviano will become the next state Supreme Court justice, replacing ex-Justice Diane Hathaway who resigned in January amidst a scandal over a short sale of her Grosse Pointe Park home. Viviano, 41, was elected to the Macomb County Circuit Court in 2006 and serves as its chief judge.
7:33 am
Tue January 29, 2013

Former State Supreme Court Justice due in court Tuesday

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Diane Hathaway resigned from the state's highest court earlier this month.
Former Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway is to get her day in court today. After 20 years on the Wayne County and Supreme Court benches, Hathaway is scheduled to stand before a federal judge at 10:30 a.m. in Ann Arbor and is expected to plead guilty to a felony bank fraud charge.