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Topic - Diane Hathaway
Federal prosecutors are opposing a request by a former Michigan Supreme Court justice to be released early from prison.
Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway is pleading with a judge to reduce her prison sentence for fraud or at least put her on home detention for six months.
A former Michigan Supreme Court justice pleaded guilty to bank fraud Tuesday for concealing assets, including a debt-free Florida home, while urging a bank to let her unload a Michigan house in a short sale, claiming financial hardship.
Hathaway says she's earned 14 certificates in activities such as "sweating to the oldies" and brisk walking.
Hathaway says she's earned 14 certificates and has maintained good conduct.