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Tracey M. Martin-Henry

Tracey Martin-Henry’s Legal Cases

19 total


  • People v. Thomas Bean (Oakland County)

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Date:
    Apr 12, 2011
    Outcome:
    Violation of Probation- Case Dismissed
    Description:
    Thomas Bean (A Vietnam War Veteran) was facing violation of probation and possible jail time on an original controlled substance charge. Instead of extended probation, or non-reporting probation, his case was dismissed outright in Oakland County Sixth Circuit Court.
  • Pioneer State Mutual Insurance Co. -and- B. Joiner

    Practice Area:
    Insurance
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2009
    Outcome:
    Settled: Pre-Litigation ($80,000.00)
    Description:
    The insurance company refused to settle and demanded an Exam Under Oath (EUO) of the insured. After a great EUO prep session, expert legal representation during the EUO, and "after care" having to do with a request for additional documents, the insurance company settled for approximately $80,000.00 on a fire claim re: residential property located in the city of Detroit.
  • Martin v. Kilgore (Wayne County)

    Practice Area:
    Child custody
    Outcome:
    Parenting Time Enforcement Motion Granted
    Description:
    Parenting Time Enforcement Motion..Filed after one parent refused to return the minor-child after a weekend visit. Non-compliant parent called in a complaint to MI Child Protective Services (CPS) and the Detroit Police Dept. to trump up false allegations. Petitioning parent (my client) won the motion on the referee level and won the appeal on the judge level based on my expertise.
  • In re T. Huffman

    Practice Area:
    Juvenile law
    Outcome:
    Permanent Custody Petition-Not Filed
    Description:
    A formerly incarcerated parent was facing loss of parental rights. This defense counsel cited applicable case law, argued for and won more time for parent to complete a treatment plan and to ultimately reunite with the minor-child/with a return home after time spent in foster care.
  • Baker v. Halsell

    Practice Area:
    Child support
    Date:
    Jul 13, 2009
    Outcome:
    Complaint for Support-Dismissed
    Description:
    Defendant was on the hook for a major child support arrearage allegedly owed to the State of Michigan. Child was turning 18 in days. This defense counsel answered complaint and mounted a legal defense leveraged on case law that resulted in DISMISSAL.
  • Hackel v. Hackel

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2009
    Outcome:
    Consent Judgment of Divorce-Granted
    Description:
    Parties were at an impasse. This defense counsel mediated and settled the divorce case within the client's litigaton budget.
  • HSBC v. Darwish

    Practice Area:
    Debt collection
    Outcome:
    Creditor Claim- Dismissed
    Description:
    Creditor sought a four-figure judgment in district court. Consumer had a durable power of attorney and was the victim of identity theft. Assisted client with filing an Identity Theft Report with Federal Trade Commisssion and local police dept. I negotiated a dismissal of the case.
  • City of Detroit v. AAH

    Practice Area:
    Speeding and traffic ticket
    Date:
    Apr 27, 2011
    Outcome:
    Two Tickets-Dismissed, No Fines
    Description:
    A young college student erroneously received two tickets due to a misunderstanding when the passenger/drunk friend mouthed off to a cop. Both tickets were dismissed on the district level. College student kept a clean driving record. Parents happy.
  • Wayne County Gun Board -and- DeRamus

    Practice Area:
    General practice
    Outcome:
    Concealed Pistol License (CPL) Reinstated
    Description:
    Young CPL holder in danger of losing his permit to carry. This defense counsel investigated the matter, obtained the appropriate documents to support the case. Argued in front of the gun board and the citizen walked out with CPL reinstated.
  • Jackson v. Jackson

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Outcome:
    Consent Judgment of Divorce
    Description:
    After 20 years apart, Plaintiff decided to pull the plug. Divorce without minor children filed. Initially we thought, a Default Judgment of Divorce might occur. Defendant retained counsel in 11th hour. Proofs placed on the record with just Plaintiff present. Divorce action resolved in 120 days via a Consent Judgment of Divorce. Plaintiff hugged counsel in front of presiding judge. Plaintiff was ecstatic and everyone in the courtroom LOL!