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Term: 1994-2010

Justice Elizabeth A. Weaver was elected to the Michigan Supreme Court in 1994. She was re-elected in 2002 and resigned from the Court in 2010.

Justice Weaver graduated from H. Sophie Newcomb College and Tulane University Law School. She practiced in Louisiana and Michigan before her election as judge of the Leelanau County Circuit Court in 1974. She was elected to the Michigan Court of Appeals in 1986.

Notable environmental cases decided by Justice Weaver include…

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AG Not Allowed to Appeal Leaking Underground Storage Tank Case

Beach Walking on the Great Lakes Shoreline

Citizens Lose Ability to Protect Environment by Challenging a Permit

Court Invalidates Lansing Storm Water Pollution Control Fee

Court Limits Ability of “Any Person” to Protect Michigan’s Environment

Court Limits Standing to Prevent Bottled Water Plant from Draining Wetlands

Court Upholds Saginaw’s Ban on Hunting

Court Upholds Saginaw’s Ban on Hunting

DNR’s Burt Lake Boat Launch Subject to Local Zoning Control

Environmental Contamination is a Factor in Eminent Domain Valuation

New Cranberry Farm Subject to Wetland Permits

No Compensation for Victims of Toxic Dioxin Exposure

No Eminent Domain Compensation for Highway Construction Effects

No Eminent Domain Compensation for Highway Construction Effects

No Eminent Domain Compensation for Warren Highway Pollution

No Tax Exemption for Car Emissions Testing Facilities

Sand Dune Erosion Can Be Environmental Harm

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