AG's Office: Charges related to Catholic Church investigation could be announced soon
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel could announce charges related to her office's investigation into the Catholic Church soon.
Nessel's spokeswoman, Kelly Rossman-McKinney, tells the Detroit News several assistant attorneys general are assigned to the investigation and have been working long hours on the case.
Rossman-McKinney says the department will be in a position to announce charges related to the investigation "soon."
The comments come after Nessel shared a photo on social media showing volunteers looking over the thousands of documents. The photo shows boxes piled up near a table where the volunteers are working.
While speaking about the volunteers on Twitter, Nessel says "they get no extra compensation and remain responsible for their regular caseload during the week, but these lawyers are so dedicated to protecting the public that they sa...
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