US Supreme Court Court Rule Seeks To End 'Pay Or Stay' Sentencing In Michigan By Rick Pluta • May 26, 2016 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org A new court rule is supposed to make sure judges in Michigan don’t put people in jail because they can’t afford to pay fines or fees. Listen Listening... / 0:41 The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on a court rule designed to end "pay or stay" sentencing. Two Michigan Names on Trump's SCOTUS List By Rick Pluta • May 19, 2016 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has released a list of potential US Supreme Court nominees with two names from Michigan. 6th Circuit Allows Challenge To Michigan's Juvenile Lifer Fix By Rick Pluta • May 12, 2016 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org A federal appeals court says Michigan still has not fixed problems with its juvenile lifer law that was declared unconstitutional four years ago. Listen Listening... / 0:41 The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on the US 6th Circuit Court of Appeals allowing a challenge to Michigan's juvenile lifer law. Those Sentenced To Life In Prison As Minors Win Favorable Supreme Court Decision By Jake Neher • Jan 26, 2016 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org More than 300 Michigan inmates sentenced as minors to life without parole could get a second chance at early release. Listen Listening... / 0:40 The Michigan Public Radio Network's Jake Neher reports on a Supreme Court ruling regarding minors sentenced to life in prison. Local LGBT Community Closely Watches Supreme Court By Bob Eccles • Mar 28, 2013 The local LGBT community is closely following the U.S. Supreme Court's tackling of the issue of gay marriage. Hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.