- related to MARY BERGHUIS, Warden
Mary Berghuis, warden of two of Muskegon's three state prisons for nearly 17 years, violated work rules, WZZM13 has learned.
MUSKEGON, MI - Mary Berghuis, warden of two of Muskegon's three state prisons for nearly 16 years, has retired nine days after being barred from entering prison property during an internal investigation. Berghuis retired effective Thursday, Oct. 1, according to Chris Gautz, spokesman for the ...
Prison warden suspended pending investigation. ... Mary Berghuis is prohibited from entering the Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Facility and West Shoreline ...
Mary Berghuis, warden of two of Muskegon's state prisons for the last 15 years and the Michigan Department of Corrections' longest-serving employee, has been barred from entering prison property.
MUSKEGON, Mich. -- Mary Berghuis, a warden at two Muskegon prisons, has been banned from the facilities pending the outcome of an internal investigation, according to Michigan Department of Corrections Spokesperson Holly Kramer.
mary berghuis, warden, petitioner, v van chester thompkins, respondent. on petition for writ of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the sixth circuit
5–4 decision for Mary Berghuis, Warden majority opinion by Anthony M. Kennedy. John G. Roberts, Jr. Roberts. John Paul Stevens Stevens. Antonin Scalia Scalia.
MARY BERGHUIS, WARDEN, PETITIONER v. VAN CHESTER THOMPKINS on writ of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the sixth circuit