LANSING, MI (My TV20 News at 10) --- The legal troubles continue Maryanne Godboldo.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled two Detroit courts should have allowed evidence against the woman who fired at Detroit Police two years ago.
Godboldo fired after police tried to remove her young daughter from their home in March 2011.
A family court ordered it after Godboldo refused to give the child a mental health drug.
Two courts dismissed the charges after the judges learned police entered the house illegally after Godboldo fired at them.
The Michigan Appeals Court disagreed, and ruled the evidence should not have been suppressed.
No date has been set for when Godboldo will return to Detroit's 36th District Court.