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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, 12/8/2020 Cancelled
Time09:30 AM Cancelled
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4351 (Rep. David LaGrand) Criminal procedure: bail; procedure for bail hearings and criteria a court must consider; amend.

HB 4352 (Rep. Ronnie Peterson) Criminal procedure: bail; procedure a court must follow in imposing financial condition on pretrial release; amend.

HB 4353 (Rep. Gary Howell) Crimes: penalties; remove cases in which a court must impose a cash bond and penalties for misrepresentation on a financial disclosure form; provide for.

HB 4354 (Rep. Scott VanSingel) Criminal procedure: bail; criteria a court must consider before imposing a financial condition of release; amend.

HB 4355 (Rep. Sheldon Neeley) Criminal procedure: bail; interim bail bonds for misdemeanors; modify.

HB 4357 (Rep. Tommy Brann) Criminal procedure: bail; setting of bond related to spousal or child support arrearage; modify.

HB 4358 (Rep. LaTanya Garrett) Criminal procedure: bail; data on specific number and type of bonds issued; require district court to submit to state court administrative office.

HB 4359 (Rep. Tenisha Yancey) Criminal procedure: bail; data on specific number and type of bonds issued; require circuit court to submit to state court administrative office.

HB 4360 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Traffic control: driver license; reference to surrendering license as condition of pretrial release; remove to reflect changes in code of criminal procedure.

HB 5038 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Transportation: school vehicles; penalties for entering a school bus without authorization or impeding or obstructing a school bus; create.

HB 5040 (Rep. Jewell Jones) Transportation: school vehicles; allowable painting of school buses; modify.

HB 5041 (Rep. Tyrone Carter) Transportation: school vehicles; school bus stop-arm cameras; allow, and provide penalties for violations.

HB 5042 (Rep. Greg VanWoerkom) Transportation: school vehicles; school bus stop-arm cameras; allow.

SB 592 (Sen. Ed McBroom) Retirement: state employees; retired department of corrections officers working at an entity that contracts with this state; allow under certain circumstances without forfeiting retirement benefits.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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