Karl P. Numinen will serve as Vice President and Executive Board member of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan after being elected in 2015.
Marquette — After a three-day jury trial, attorney Karl Numinen obtained a full acquittal for his client, a former police officer accused of several counts of felony criminal sexual assault.
Marquette — After an emotional trial involving allegations of sexual abuse of a child, the jury rendered its “Not Guilty” verdict on behalf of our client after less than an hour of deliberation.
Karl Numinen is elected to serve a second term as Secretary of the Board of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan (CDAM).
Troy — Attorney Karl Numinen teaches a class on handling false confession cases with Dr. Richard Ofshe, professor emeritus at the University of California – Berkeley, and William Fleener from the acclaimed Innocence Project.
Traverse City — Attorney Karl Numinen teaches a class on “How To Prepare Your Client To Testify At Trial” with the former president of the State Bar of Michigan, Tom Cranmer, to members of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan at the CDAM conference November 8, 2012.
“MARQUETTE, Mich.—In mid June, under a deal with federal prosecutors, Kenneth Kassab was on the verge of pleading guilty to illegally transporting thousands of pounds of explosives when he changed his mind. A week later, he was acquitted by a federal jury.
Karl Numinen is honored to have been selected again this year for inclusion in the 2012 Super Lawyers publication. The Michigan Super Lawyers list was published September 16, 2012 as a special insert in The New York Times as well as a magazine edition sent to all attorneys in Michigan. This is the second year Mr. Numinen has been included in Super Lawyers. To see Karl Numinen’s Super LawyerProfile, click: SuperLawyer Profile
Marquette — Karl Numinen obtained a “not guilty” jury verdict in the trial of a a man accused of sexual assault. The jury rendered its verdict Thursday, September 6th after less than two hours of deliberation. The defendant was faced with a 10-year felony and mandatory registration on the Sex Offender Registry, if convicted.
MARQUETTE – A federal jury on Thursday convicted a Sault Ste. Marie man on six charges related to the possession and transportation of more than 4,000 pounds of explosives, while acquitting his codefendant.