Flint Water Investigation

Flinter Water Plant Tower
  • On January 15, 2016, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced he is investigating the Flint Water Crisis. The purpose of the investigation is to determine what, if any, Michigan laws were violated in the process that resulted in the contamination crisis currently forcing Flint residents to rely on bottled water for drinking, cooking and bathing as they fear for their health.

    Since the beginning of the investigation, the following charges have been filed:

    • 48 criminal charges against nine state and local officials
    • 35 felonies
    • 13 misdemeanors
    • Civil suit against multi-national corporation Veolia, and Texas-based LAN

Complaint Exhibits for Civil Case Against Veolia and LAN