In response, Schuette said he would “make no apologies” for what he said was an aggressive approach to fighting opioids.
"We took the steps that preserved the evidence in this case. And our work was not done," he said in a statement. "Two judges bound significant cases over for trial. And we were prepared to go forward with robust prosecutions. But this is not about prosecutor versus prosecutor. This has always been, and only been, a fight for justice for the families of Flint. We acknowledge it's their case now and we wish them success in their pursuit of justice for the people of Flint."