The Calhoun County Prosecutor's Office is seeking another appeal in the case of a woman claiming she's innocent despite a 2002 conviction for allegedly
A hearing to determine whether Lorinda Swain will get a new trial took place on Tuesday in a Calhoun County courtroom.
Lorida Swain was convicted in 2002 in the molestation of her then-13-year-old son. Swain was released from prison on an appeal in August 2009 after her son,
A Calhoun County prosecutor wants the judge who presided over the sexual molestation trial of Lorinda Swain removed from the case.
A woman sentenced for molesting her adopted son in 2002 is going to be back in front of the Court of Appeals Wednesday.
Lorinda Swain will remain free on bond and will get a new hearing on charges she sexually molested her son nearly a decade ago.
When the Michigan Supreme Court voted 4-3 to not hear an appeal from Lorinda Swain, her freedom remains up in the air. And in an interview with 24 Hour News 8,
Monday's decision to continue Lorinda Swain's bond is the latest in a list of her victories that is getting shorter with every higher court decision.
The Calhoun County Prosecutor filed a motion to revoke Lorinda Swain's bond.
Lorinda Swain, the woman accused of molesting her adopted son, will not have her case heard in front of the state Supreme Court. Still, she remains hopeful
The Innocence Project filed a motion with the Michigan Supreme Court, asking them to overturn a Court of Appeals ruling that Lorinda Swain should not get a new
Lorinda Swain was given at least a few additional months of freedom Monday by the same judge who previously had said if there were a new trial, she would not
A woman sentenced for sexually assaulting her adopted son should not get a new trial, said a ruling released Wednesday from the Michigan Court of Appeals.
Calhoun County prosecutors have filed a motion seeking to revoke Lorinda Swain's bond, a move that would put her back in prison.
The Michigan Court of Appeals listened to the prosecutors case against Lorinda Swain, the West Michigan woman who said she was wrongly convicted of sexually