Fieger has successfully defended assisted suicide Dr. Jack Kevorkian and unsuccessfully run for governor. He boasts he has won more than 165 verdicts and settlements of $1 million or more.Dec 9, 2021
In the new suits, Fieger is representing Jeffrey and Brandi Franz, the parents of 17-year-old Riley and 14-year-old Bella. The two sisters were coming out of a restroom when Riley was shot in the neck by 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley. The lawsuit, filed in federal court, is seeking $100 million in damages.Dec 10, 2021
71 years (December 23, 1950)Geoffrey Fieger / Age
Attorney Geoffrey FiegerAttorney Geoffrey Fieger, who gained national prominence for his outspoken defense of assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian in the 1990s, says he'll miss him.Jun 3, 2011
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Fieger represents sisters Riley Franz, 17, an Oxford High School senior, and Bella Franz, 14, a freshman in a $100 million federal lawsuit seeking to hold the school district and officials responsible for the shooting massacre that killed four and wounded six others and a teacher.Dec 30, 2021
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Practicing for over 40 years, Geoffrey Fieger is a veteran of the legal battlefield. His command of the law, both as a trial litigator and as a scholar, has made him one of the most sought-after attorneys in the nation.
In 1997, Fieger donated four million dollars to the Detroit College of Law, now the Michigan State University College of Law, to start the nation’s first trial practice institute for law students, which was named the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute., 9/08/07
Geoffrey Nels Fieger (born December 23, 1950) is an American attorney based in Southfield, Michigan. , retrieved 9/08/07 Fieger is the senior partner at the law firm of Fieger, Fieger, Kenney, Johnson & Giroux and is an occasional legal commentator for NBC and MSNBC.
Fieger grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, a northern suburb of Detroit, Michigan. Fieger’s father was Jewish, and his mother was of Norwegian descent.http://web.archive.org/web/20041216134200/www.freep.com/news/extra2/15005a.htm He earned B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1976 and his J.D. from the Detroit College of Law (now the Michigan State University College of Law) in 1979.
24. 24. Jack Kevorkian, the pathologist known as Dr Death who claimed to have helped 130 people commit suicide when terminally ill, died on Friday in Detroit. He was 83 and had been in hospital since last month with pneumonia. Kevorkian's rise to fame, or infamy, in the 1990s led to a national debate in the United States on assisted suicide.
Controversial pathologist's rise to fame in 1990s led to national debate in the US over assisted suicide. Jack Kevorkian, better known as 'Dr Death', has died aged 83 in hospital in Detroit. Photograph: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images. Jack Kevorkian, better known as 'Dr Death', has died aged 83 in hospital in Detroit.
The family of Isaiah Shoels, who was killed in the Columbine High School massacre. Ralf Panitz, accused of killing his ex-wife Nancy Campbell-Panitz in July 2000, following their appearance along with Panitz's new wife, on a segment of The Jerry Springer Show. Panitz was convicted in 2002.
Robert Turner, a six-year-old boy, whose 911 call to the City of Detroit was allegedly not taken seriously, resulting in the death of Turner's mother, Sherrill. Lorraine Hayes, shot in the head and chest by her boyfriend and whose call to 911 on January 12, 2005, was ignored, resulting in her paralysis from the waist down.