Michigan Supreme Court to hear arguments of Roberts v Salmi Case on April 6
FMSF News Alert - March 14, 2016
In 2012, Lale and Joan Roberts filed a lawsuit against Kathryn Salmi alleging malpractice stating that Salmi owed them a duty to "not improperly implant, or reinforce false memories of physical and sexual abuse in K’s mind by use of hypnosis, age regression and other psychotherapy techniques."
This case has reached the Michigan Supreme Court and there will be oral arguments on April 6, 2016 in Lansing. (Third-party case.)
See: Did a U.P. counselor induce false memories leading to sexual assault accusations? for ABC 10 News story about this case.
See FMSF News Alert December 30, 2014 for case details: Michigan Court of Appeals Revives Lawsuit Against Therapist
Pamela and J. Bean