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Committee(s) Judiciary
ChairRep. Graham Filler
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 5/11/2021
Time9:00 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4071 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Crimes: abuse; abuse of a vulnerable child as second degree child abuse; include.

HB 4072 (Rep. Julie Calley) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for abuse of vulnerable child; enact.

HB 4091 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Criminal procedure: expunction; criminal convictions that may be set aside on grounds of being a victim of human trafficking; expand.

HB 4092 (Rep. Graham Filler) Criminal procedure: defenses; affirmative defense that individual committed a crime because he or she was a victim of human trafficking; establish.

HB 4093 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Juveniles: criminal procedure; expunction of crimes resulting from being a victim of human trafficking; expand.

HB 4214 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Criminal procedure: evidence; admissibility of certain hearsay testimony in certain human trafficking and prostitution prosecutions; provide for.

HB 4631 (Rep. Graham Filler) Criminal procedure: forfeiture; public and regional airport authorities; exempt from certain requirements in certain controlled substance related cases.

HB 4632 (Rep. Alex Garza) Criminal procedure: forfeiture; public and regional airport authorities; exempt from certain requirements in certain controlled substance related cases.

HB 4698 (Rep. Thomas Albert) Crimes: penalties; penalties for falsely pulling an active shooter alarm in a public place; provide for.

SB 400 (Sen. Ed McBroom) Criminal procedure: expunction; expungement period for operating while intoxicated; extend.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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