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David Charles Kemerer (12-004521-FH and 11-004277-FH):
On March 4, 2013, the Defendant entered a plea of guilty to Operate and Maintain a Laboratory involving Methamphetamine and Possession of Methamphetamine as a habitual 2nd offender.
On April 1, 2013, he was sentenced by Judge Evans to prison, as follows:
MDOC 6-30 years for Operate and Maintain a Laboratory involving Methamphetamine
MDOC 6-15 years for Possession of Methamphetamine
* Both sentences to run concurrent with one another, credit for 201 days already served
Michael John Anderson (12-004553-FH):
On January 22, 2013, the Defendant entered a plea of guilty to Fail to Comply with the Sex Offender Registration Act.
He was sentenced on February 19, 2013, by Judge Evans to prison. His sentence is as follows:
MDOC 18 months to 8 years, with credit for 97 days served
$68 state costs
$130 crime victim rights fee
$500 court cost
$500 court appointed attorney fee
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Traci AkinsChief Assistant ProsecutorKelsey GuernseyAssistant ProsecutorChristal O'HareParalegalValerie McClellanLegal SecretaryDusty MerritLegal SecretaryAnnette MercerVictim Advocate & Child Support Specialist
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Michelle Ambrozaitis and the professionals of the Clare County Prosecuting Attorney's office present the information within this website to assist and to better protect the lives and property of the citizens of Clare County.
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Prosecuting Attorneys Association of MichiganPAAM was founded in 1928. It's mission is stated in Michigan Compiled Law Section 49.62: "It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorneys' association to keep the prosecuting attorneys of the state informed of all changes in legislation, law, and matters pertaining to their office through the department of attorney general of the state of Michigan, to the end that a uniform system of conduct, duty and procedure be established in each county of the state."
Michelle J. AmbrozaitisClare County Prosecuting Attorney 225 W. Main, PO Box 586 Harrison, Michigan 48625 Tel: (989) 539-9831Fax: (989) 539-1807
The mission of the Clare County Prosecuting Attorney's Office is to seek justice by ensuring that victim's rights and the public's safety are our number one priority through the fair, equal, vigorous, and efficient enforcement of the criminal laws of the State of Michigan.
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