If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of your civil court case, you can request for an appeal; unlike in criminal cases, both parties in a civil case have the right to appeal decisions made in court(...)
On June 28th, 2010, Justice Robert P. Young, Jr. Spoke to the Romeo Area Tea Party about the rule of law and the role of the courts in our government. It was a candid , engaging and entertaining presentation. Biography: Justice Robert P. Young, Jr. has been a member of the Michigan Supreme Court since 1999; he was elected in 2002 to a term that will expire January 1, 2011. Before joining the Supreme Court, Justice Young served as a judge of the Michigan Court of Appeals, to which he was appointed in 1995 and elected in 1996. Justice Young graduated in 1974 from Harvard College with honors and from Harvard Law School in 1977. In 1978, he joined the law firm of Dickinson, Wright, Moon, Van Dusen & Freeman, becoming a partner in the firm in 1982. From 1992, until he joined the Court of Appeals, Justice Young was the vice president, corporate secretary, and general counsel of AAA Michigan.