Arthur Busch

Grand Blanc, Michigan

Born and raised in Flint, Michigan Art Busch attended Flint Public Schools and graduated in 1972 from Flint Southwestern H.S.. He went on to obtain a BA and Masters Degree from Michigan State University. Mr. Busch attended the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan.

Mr. Busch has a long record of accomplishments and legal "firsts" over his 30 year career. As a defense lawyer and county prosecutor he has been responsible for over 40,000 felony cases and supervised in excess of 600 death investigations.

In 2003, Arthur Busch appeared and argued a murder case before the United States Supreme Court winning 9-0. It was the first time in the history of Genesee County that one of its criminal cases was heard and decided by the United States Supreme Court.

Much of his work today has been to prevent elder abuse. He handles cases on behalf of families who have elderly parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles etc. who have been exploited or abused.

During his tenure as Prosecutor, Mr. Busch was one of Michigan’s most visible prosecutors and a reputation as one of America’s most innovative prosecutors.

Arthur Busch appeared on camera in the Academy Award winning feature documentary movie Bowling for Columbine (2003). He also provided assistance to filmmaker Michael Moore for the popular feature movies "Bowling for Columbine", "Ferinheit 911" and "Roger and Me".

He has appeared as a guest on numerous local, national and international news programs including Good Morning America, The Today Show, BBC World News, European Skylink Television Network News, 60 Minutes, Dateline-NBC, Geraldo Rivera Live, Montel Williams Show, CNN Burden of Proof, Court TV, CBS, ABC and NBC Evening News, ABC’s Nightline, ABC’s 20/20 Downtown, Hard Copy, American Journal, MSNBC, CNBC, CNN Headline News and many others.

Mr. Busch's successful cases have been featured in America’s most prominent print publications included Time Magazine, People Magazine, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, New York Times, Washington Post, New York Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, Atlanta Constitution, Chicago Tribune, Miami Herald and the Dallas Morning Star just to name a few.

Special Recognition & Awards:

Genesee County Humane Society

Project Home Safe Foundation
Concerned Pastors for Social Action (Flint, Michigan)
Genesee County (MI) Parks and Recreation Commission

  • Work
    • Attorney
  • Education
    • J.D.
    • Masters Degree
    • BA