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Committee(s) Criminal Justice
ChairRep. Kara Hope
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 5/23/2023
Time9:00 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4516 (Rep. Betsy Coffia) Family law: domestic violence; domestic violence prevention and treatment fund; allow to provide funding to tribal domestic and sexual violence shelters and service providers.

HB 4420 (Rep. Julie M. Rogers) Crime victims: other; information sharing by law enforcement of victim contact information with survivor programs; allow.

HB 4421 (Rep. Stephanie A. Young) Civil procedure: other; certain public video recordings of court proceedings; allow the victims' faces to be blurred.

HB 4422 (Rep. Graham Filler) Crime victims: other; definition of serious misdemeanor in the crime victims act; modify.

HB 4423 (Rep. Greg VanWoerkom) Crime victims: statements; victim impact statements; allow to be made remotely.

HB 4450 (Rep. Tyrone Carter) Corrections: prisoners; provision of prison code relating to productivity time credit system; create.

HB 4451 (Rep. Kristian Grant) Corrections: prisoners; code of criminal procedure; update to reflect creation of productivity credits.

HB 4452 (Rep. Donavan McKinney) Corrections: prisoners; corrections code of 1953; update to reflect creation of productivity credits.

HB 4453 (Rep. Alabas Farhat) Crime victims: notices; notice to crime victim when a prisoner is eligible to receive credits toward sentence; require.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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