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Topic - Krystal Crittendon
A son of the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy claimed Thursday that he is constitutionally entitled to see the medical records of two nurses who claim he injured them when he tried to take his newborn son from a hospital maternity ward.
A lawsuit that threatened a delicate financial deal between debt-ridden Detroit and the state of Michigan was thrown out Wednesday after a lawyer for Mayor Dave Bing intervened and said the city's top attorney had no authority to challenge the agreement.
elected leaders and the head of the city's law office, Krystal Crittendon, who said she could act independently and didn't have to obey Mr. Bing's plea to ax the lawsuit.