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Celeste Headlee
Celeste Headlee, co-host of The Takeaway, brings to the role over a decade of on-and off-air experience in both local and national public radio productions. Most recently, she was the Midwest Correspondent for NPRís Day to Day, covering everything from the auto industry to art, the 2008 presidential election to toilet smuggling. From 2001-2006, Headlee was a reporter at public radio station WDET Detroit. Previously, she was the local Morning Edition anchor at public radio station KNAU in Flagst .....more»

Visit the official website for NPR's The Takeaway

Appears:
2010-05-02: Thank You for Not Smoking!
 


 
Douglas J. Wartell
Douglas graduated from the University of Michigan and Wayne State University School of Law. He was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 1980. Since founding the American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM) 20 years ago, Douglas and partner, Michael Hoffman, have aggressively advocated men's rights in family law matters. Doug is also a member of the Family Law Section of the Michigan State Bar, and has been commended by the Better Business Bureau, ALS of Michigan, Childrenís Wish Foundation a .....more»

American Divorce Association for Men Website

Appears:
2010-03-21: Divorce from a Manís Perspective
 


 
Geoffrey Fieger
Geoffrey Fieger is one of the most successful trial lawyers in the country. He has published scholarly articles on the law and is constantly in demand as an expert for high-profile media trials. His charismatic personality made him the star of the Fox series Power of Attorney and of the CBS radio program, Fieger Time. He appears regularly on CNN, Fox, MSNBC and other networks commenting on various legal issues and cases. After three decades of practicing law, Fieger is best known for winning tri .....more»

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Appears:
2010-04-25: A Conversation with Geoffrey Fieger
 


 
Joe Rogowski
Mr. Rogowski is an AV-rated attorney and joined Dave Berry and Ron Reynolds in 2004 in the practice of eminent domain, property tax appeals, commercial litigation, real property litigation, and land use law. Mr. Rogowski represented the property owner in the recent Michigan Supreme Court case Alibri v Detroit Wayne County Stadium Authority, which established significant safeguards for property owners threatened by eminent domain. Mr. Rogowski is the current Chair of the Real Estate Section of .....more»

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Appears:
2010-05-30: Teens, Taxes and Bringing Jobs Back to Michigan
 


 
Jules Olsman
Jules B. Olsman is President of Olsman, Mueller, Wallace & MacKenzie. He has 31 years of experience in all aspects of personal injury litigation including medical malpractice, nursing home liability, police misconduct, product liability, workplace injury, trucking and automobile accident cases. Mr. Olsman has served as counsel for individuals in numerous states besides Michigan including Florida, Tennessee, Arizona, Ohio, Indiana, Maine, Minnesota and South Carolina. He has served as a member .....more»

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Appears:
2010-05-16: Inside the Wayne County Prosecutors Office
 


 
Kym L. Worthy
On January 6, 2004, in Detroit, Michigan, Kym Loren Worthy was sworn in as the chief law enforcement officer of Wayne County. Surrounded by family and friends, it was a historic moment as Worthy became the first African-American, and the first woman, to become the Wayne County Prosecutor. The 63-member bench of the Wayne County Circuit Court appointed Worthy to the position. In November 2004 Worthy ran unopposed for re-election. Worthy earned her undergraduate degree in economics and political s .....more»

Wayne Country Prosecutor's Office Website

Appears:
2010-05-16: Inside the Wayne County Prosecutors Office
 


 
L. Brooks Patterson
L. Brooks Patterson is beginning his fifth four-year term as Oakland County Executive after winning re-election in 2008 by another large electoral margin. As the chief elected official in one of Americaís most affluent and progressive counties, Mr. Patterson presides over a nearly $820 million dollar recommended annual budget for FY2010 and a county workforce of nearly 4,000 full and part time benefit eligible employees. During the 16 years of the Patterson administration, Oakland County govern .....more»

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Appears:
2010-05-23: Judges, Candidates, and County Execs
 


 
Leon Weiss
eon Weiss is a 32 year veteran of the trial wars, having tried over 170 civil and criminal jury trials to verdict. Weiss started his career as an assistant public defender in Miami, Florida, representing indigent people charged with serious crimes. In Miami, Leon developed a solid reputation as a well prepared, tireless and ferocious courtroom advocate, handling thousands of criminal matters from misdemeanors to death penalty murder cases. Weiss deeply believes that all persons accused of crimes .....more»

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Appears:
2010-03-21: Divorce from a Manís Perspective
 


 
Mark Bernstein
Attorney Mark Bernstein joined the Sam Bernstein Law firm in March of 2002. Previously, Mark served as the White House Director of Press Pool Operations during the Clinton Administration. Following that, he worked in the real estate investment banking group at Citigroup Capital Markets (formerly Salomon Smith Barney). Mark graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A., J.D. and M.B.A. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan. He is a member of the Michigan Association for .....more»

Sam Bernstein Law Firm website

Appears:
2010-05-23: Judges, Candidates, and County Execs
 


 
Paula Tutman
Not even Paula Tutman knew that she could fly, until one day she was reporting a story on the US Air Force Thunderbirds and someone put the controls of the F-16 Fighting Falcon into her hands. "I pulled 9Gs without losing my lunch," she proudly says. She's quick to divulge the secret to her success: "Don't eat lunch." Paula Tutman joined WDIV in 1992 as a general assignment reporter. She started in television news in the early 1980s as a reporter at WATE-TV in Knoxville, Tenn., and went on to an .....more»



Appears:
2010-05-16: Inside the Wayne County Prosecutors Office
 


 
Pete Hoekstra
As one of the few former Fortune 500 business executives in Congress, Congressman Pete Hoekstra brings a unique blend of experience and perspective as he represents Michiganís Second Congressional District in Washington. Pete was originally sworn in to the 103rd Congress in 1993. He then served a key role in the development of the Contract with America, which was instrumental in gaining a Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years. .....more»

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Appears:
2010-05-30: Teens, Taxes and Bringing Jobs Back to Michigan
 


 
Rabbi Yisrael Pinson
Rabbi Yisrael Pinson is the Director of the Daniel B. Sobel Friendship House - a rabbi and spiritual mentor to the Jewish recovery community of Metropolitan Detroit. Since joining the Friendship Circle in May 2002 he has galvanized the outreach efforts of the Friendship House by becoming the spiritual mentor of the more than 400 addicts and their families who seek spirituality and support from the organization. Rabbi Pinson received his high school and college-level education at several intensi .....more»

For more information and to contact Rabbi Pinson click here.

Appears:
2010-04-18: The Recovery Rabbi
 


 
Rick Snyder
Rick Snyder is the only candidate for Governor who has built a career on successfully creating jobs. After graduating from Battle Creek Lakeview High School a semester early, Rick earned three degrees from the University of Michigan, all by the age of 23. He obtained his Bachelorís degree with high distinction in 1977, his MBA with distinction in 1979 and a JD in 1982. Following a successful career with Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers), where he became a partner in six years, Rick .....more»

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Appears:
2010-06-13: One Tough Nerd
 


 
Sheila Miller
Sheila Miller is the first African-American judge in Macomb County and one of three 41B District Court judges for the communities of Clinton Township, Harrison Township, and Mount Clemens, Mich. Miller was appointed in May 2006. Miller, a native to Detroit, earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science/Public Administration at Michigan State University, while working as a resident assistant. She then began work for the Michigan Legislature in Lansing, Mich. as a legislative assistant and .....more»



Appears:
2010-05-23: Judges, Candidates, and County Execs
 


 
Tom George
Tom George was elected to the 20th District of the Michigan Senate in 2002 after serving one term in the House of Representatives. The 20th Senate District includes all of Kalamazoo County and Antwerp and Paw Paw Townships in Van Buren County. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee Tom serves on four sub-committees. He is Chair of the History, Arts and Libraries (HAL) sub-committee and Vice-Chair of the Higher Education and the Department of Labor and Economic Growth Subcommittees, a .....more»

Learn More About Senator George

Appears:
2010-05-23: Judges, Candidates, and County Execs
 


 
Virg Bernero
ansing Mayor Virg Bernero is the chief executive of Michigan's sixth largest city. Now starting his fifth year as mayor, Bernero tackles the challenges of today's economy with a fierce determination to bring common sense reforms to government and to create a favorable business climate for new, job-creating investments. And he's getting results. Under Bernero's leadership, Lansing has leveraged more than a half-billion dollars in new investment that will retain and create more than 6,000 jobs. .....more»

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Appears:
2010-08-21: A Conversation with Democratic nominee Virg Bernero