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Chapter 780 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Act 144 of 1937 ‑ UNIFORM CRIMINAL EXTRADITION ACT (780.1 - 780.31)
     Section 780.1 ‑ Uniform criminal extradition act; definitions.
     Section 780.2 ‑ Fugitives from justice; duty of governor.
     Section 780.3 ‑ Form of demand.
     Section 780.3a ‑ Extradition; persons not present in demanding state at time of commission of crime.
     Section 780.4 ‑ Investigation by governor.
     Section 780.5 ‑ Extradition; persons imprisoned or awaiting trial in another state or who have left demanding state under compulsion.
     Section 780.6 ‑ Governor's warrant; issuance; recitation of facts; revocation of bail.
     Section 780.7 ‑ Governor's warrant; execution, manner and place.
     Section 780.8 ‑ Arresting officer; authority.
     Section 780.9 ‑ Rights of accused persons; writ of habeas corpus, application.
     Section 780.10 ‑ Violation of section; misdemeanor, penalty.
     Section 780.11 ‑ Confinement in jail; necessary circumstances.
     Section 780.12 ‑ Arrest prior to requisition.
     Section 780.13 ‑ Arrest without warrant.
     Section 780.14 ‑ Commitment to await requisition; bail.
     Section 780.15 ‑ Bail; type of cases; condition of bond.
     Section 780.16 ‑ Discharge or recommitment of accused; additional periods; limitation.
     Section 780.17 ‑ Forfeiture of bail.
     Section 780.18 ‑ Persons under criminal prosecution in state; applicability of restrictions on commitment.
     Section 780.19 ‑ Guilt or innocence of accused when inquired into.
     Section 780.20 ‑ Governor's warrant; recall or issuance of another.
     Section 780.21 ‑ Fugitives from state; duty of governor.
     Section 780.22 ‑ Application for issuance of requisition; contents.
     Section 780.23 ‑ Costs and expenses.
     Section 780.23a ‑ Extradition costs; payment.
     Section 780.24 ‑ Immunity from service of process in certain civil actions.
     Section 780.25 ‑ Written waiver of extradition proceedings.
     Section 780.25a ‑ Delivering individual to demanding state without governor's warrant.
     Section 780.26 ‑ Non-waiver by state.
     Section 780.27 ‑ No right of asylum.
     Section 780.28 ‑ Interpretation of act.
     Section 780.31 ‑ Uniform criminal extradition act; short title.
Act 281 of 1968 ‑ UNIFORM RENDITION OF ACCUSED PERSONS ACT (780.41 - 780.45)
     Section 780.41 ‑ Uniform rendition of accused persons act; short title.
     Section 780.42 ‑ Arrest of accused person illegally in state; warrant, procedure.
     Section 780.43 ‑ Hearing; right to counsel; waiver of hearing; condition of release.
     Section 780.44 ‑ Hearing; report of investigation; order authorizing return of accused.
     Section 780.45 ‑ Construction of act.
Act 191 of 1965 ‑ JURISDICTION OVER GREAT LAKES WATERS (780.51 - 780.52)
     Section 780.51 ‑ Municipalities; jurisdiction.
     Section 780.52 ‑ Construction of act.
Act 257 of 1966 ‑ BAIL FOR TRAFFIC OFFENSES OR MISDEMEANORS (780.61 - 780.73)
     Section 780.61 ‑ Bail for traffic offenses or misdemeanors; definitions.
     Section 780.62 ‑ Release upon own recognizance; failure to appear, misdemeanor; forfeiture.
     Section 780.63 ‑ Failure to appear; arrest.
     Section 780.64 ‑ Amount of bail; surrender by defendant of operator's or chauffeur's license as security; receipt; expiration date; extension; written notice; return of license.
     Section 780.65 ‑ Increase or reduction in amount of bail; notices; alteration of conditions of bond.
     Section 780.66 ‑ Bail deposit; moneys; minimum amount; procedure.
     Section 780.67 ‑ Bail bond in lieu of bail deposit; security required; procedure.
     Section 780.68 ‑ Bail taken by peace officer; release of offender; receipt; deposit with clerk of court.
     Section 780.69 ‑ Conditions of bail bonds before conviction.
     Section 780.70 ‑ Bail on new trial; increase or reduction pending on trial.
     Section 780.71 ‑ Notice of address change.
     Section 780.72 ‑ Persons prohibited from furnishing bail security.
     Section 780.73 ‑ Credit for incarceration on bailable offense; limitation.
Act 189 of 1937 ‑ UNIFORM ACT ON FRESH PURSUIT (780.101 - 780.108)
     Section 780.101 ‑ Uniform act on fresh pursuit; arrest by officer from other state.
     Section 780.102 ‑ Uniform act on fresh pursuit; procedure.
     Section 780.103 ‑ Section one construed.
     Section 780.104 ‑ State; construction of term.
     Section 780.105 ‑ Fresh pursuit; definition.
     Section 780.106 ‑ Certified copies of act; executive department of states.
     Section 780.108 ‑ Uniform act on fresh pursuit; short title.
Act 161 of 1967 ‑ UNIFORM RENDITION OF PRISONERS AS WITNESSES IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS ACT (780.111 - 780.120)
     Section 780.111 ‑ Uniform rendition of prisoners as witnesses in criminal proceedings act; short title.
     Section 780.112 ‑ Uniform rendition of prisoners as witnesses in criminal proceedings act; definitions.
     Section 780.113 ‑ Request of foreign court; certificate of state judge having jurisdiction over prisoner, contents; notice; hearing.
     Section 780.114 ‑ Orders directing witness to attend and testify; contents; production of witness.
     Section 780.115 ‑ Orders; contents; custodial safeguards; expenses; time effective.
     Section 780.116 ‑ Inapplicability of act.
     Section 780.117 ‑ Request for witnesses confined in foreign state; certificate; contents; foreign court having jurisdiction over prisoner, presentment of certificate.
     Section 780.118 ‑ Order of compliance with terms and conditions of foreign judge.
     Section 780.119 ‑ Immunity of witness; arrest or service of process.
     Section 780.120 ‑ Construction of act.
Act 177 of 1957 ‑ DISPOSITION OF UNTRIED CHARGES AGAINST INMATES OF PENAL INSTITUTIONS (780.131 - 780.133)
     Section 780.131 ‑ Notice of untried warrant, indictment, information, or complaint; notice of place of imprisonment; request for final disposition; statement; delivery by certified mail; applicability of section.
     Section 780.132 ‑ Request; notice to prisoners.
     Section 780.133 ‑ Failure to prosecute; dismissal with prejudice.
Act 8 of 1952 ‑ REVISED UNIFORM RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF SUPPORT ACT (780.151 - 780.183)
     Section 780.151 ‑ Short title.
     Section 780.152 ‑ Purposes of act; construction.
     Section 780.153 ‑ Meanings of words and phrases.
     Section 780.153a ‑ Definitions; C to O.
     Section 780.153b ‑ Definitions; P to S.
     Section 780.154 ‑ Remedies additional.
     Section 780.155 ‑ Duties of support generally.
     Section 780.156 ‑ Powers of governor.
     Section 780.156a ‑ Conditions to making demand upon governor; delaying or declining honoring of demand.
     Section 780.157 ‑ Obligor relieved of extradition; requirements.
     Section 780.158 ‑ Applicable duties of support; presumption.
     Section 780.159 ‑ Reimbursement of state or political subdivision.
     Section 780.159a ‑ Enforcement of duties of support; defense of immunity not available.
     Section 780.160 ‑ Jurisdiction; venue.
     Section 780.160a ‑ Representation of obligee by prosecuting attorney; agreement to transfer prosecutor's responsibilities; conduct of proceeding on behalf of state.
     Section 780.161 ‑ Petition; verification; contents; filing; accepting or forwarding petition.
     Section 780.161a ‑ Petition on behalf of minor obligee; execution and filing.
     Section 780.162 ‑ Certification of petition; sending forms package and copy of act to interstate central registry; certification requirements.
     Section 780.162a ‑ Belief that obligor may flee jurisdiction; procedure.
     Section 780.162b ‑ Duties of office of child support; use of state locator service.
     Section 780.163 ‑ Court acting as responding court; docketing case; notification; jurisdiction by court over obligor or obligor's property; utilization of child support formula.
     Section 780.163a ‑ Inability to obtain jurisdiction; duties of prosecuting attorney, attorney employed or contracted, or friend of the court; forwarding documents.
     Section 780.163b ‑ Manner of conducting proceedings.
     Section 780.163c ‑ Evidence as to duty of support.
     Section 780.164 ‑ Support order; payments; amount; deviation from formula.
     Section 780.164a ‑ Repealed. 2014, Act 522, Eff. Mar. 17, 2015.
     Section 780.165 ‑ Sending copy of support order to initiating court.
     Section 780.166 ‑ Terms and conditions assuring compliance; enforcement of support order.
     Section 780.166a ‑ Adjudicating issue of paternity.
     Section 780.167 ‑ Duties of court carried out through office of friend of court.
     Section 780.168 ‑ Receipt and disbursement of payments; valid prior and existing support order; carrying out duties.
     Section 780.169 ‑ Husband and wife; privilege against disclosure inapplicable; competent witnesses; compelling testimony.
     Section 780.169a ‑ Pending or prior action or proceeding; hearing; issuance of support order pendente lite; bond; conforming support order to amount allowed in other action or proceeding; staying enforcement prohibited.
     Section 780.170 ‑ Fees and costs.
     Section 780.171 ‑ Nullification of support orders; crediting amounts paid.
     Section 780.172 ‑ Jurisdiction not conferred by participation in proceeding.
     Section 780.173 ‑ Repealed. 2014, Act 522, Eff. Mar. 17, 2015.
     Section 780.174 ‑ Foreign state as reciprocating state; declaration; revocation.
     Section 780.175 ‑ Appeal.
     Section 780.176 ‑ Additional remedies.
     Section 780.177 ‑ Registration of foreign support order.
     Section 780.178 ‑ Registry of foreign support orders.
     Section 780.179 ‑ Registration of valid existing support order or foreign support order by friend of court; confirmation of registered order.
     Section 780.180 ‑ Registration of foreign support order by obligee; transmittal and filing of documents; filing as registration; docketing case; notification of friend of court; mailing or serving notice of registration; copy of registered support order and post office address of obligee; petition to vacate registration or seek other relief; confirmation of registered support order; sending copy of petition to friend of court; hearing; defenses; staying enforcement of order; proof; security.
     Section 780.181 ‑ Effect and enforcement of confirmed registered foreign support order.
     Section 780.181a ‑ Foreign support order; transmittal of support payments to friend of court or state disbursement unit; duties of friend of court or SDU; filing copy of foreign support order.
     Section 780.182 ‑ Adjudicating issue of support only; jurisdiction.
     Section 780.183 ‑ Representation of obligee by attorney general or private legal counsel.
Act 134 of 1893 ‑ APPEAL AFTER DENIAL OF NEW TRIAL; INCORPORATING RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS IN BILL OF EXCEPTIONS (780.201 - 780.201)
     Section 780.201 ‑ Appeal of case after denial of new trial; bill of exceptions.
Act 66 of 1949 ‑ Repealed-DISPOSITION OF FILES AND PAPERS RELATING TO PROSECUTIONS (780.221 - 780.225)
Act 196 of 1931 ‑ PHOTOGRAPHING GRAND JURY PROCEEDINGS (780.301 - 780.302)
     Section 780.301 ‑ Grand jury proceeding and persons connected therewith; photographs prohibited.
     Section 780.302 ‑ Violation of act; misdemeanor, penalty.
Act 85 of 2017 ‑ LAW ENFORCEMENT BODY-WORN CAMERA PRIVACY ACT (780.311.new - 780.318.new)
***** Act 85 of 2017 THIS NEW ACT IS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 8, 2018 *****
     Section 780.311.new ‑ Short title.
     Section 780.312.new ‑ Definitions.
     Section 780.313.new ‑ Audio or video recording recorded by body-worn camera; disclosure; protections; exemption from freedom of information act.
     Section 780.314.new ‑ Audio and video recording recorded by law enforcement officer with body-worn camera; individuals requesting copy.
     Section 780.315.new ‑ Audio or video recording from body-worn camera; retention by law enforcement agency; disclosure as public record; limitation.
     Section 780.316.new ‑ Audio and video recording recorded by body-worn camera; retention by law enforcement agency; duration; presumption.
     Section 780.317.new ‑ Fee.
     Section 780.318.new ‑ Use, maintenance, and disclosure of audio and video recordings recorded by body-worn cameras; written policy.
Act 85 of 1935 ‑ COERCION OF MARRIED WOMAN BY HUSBAND (780.401 - 780.401)
     Section 780.401 ‑ Presumption of coercion by husband prohibited.
Act 165 of 1939 ‑ Repealed-CRIMINAL SEXUAL PSYCHOPATHIC PERSONS (780.501 - 780.509)
Act 177 of 1956 ‑ Repealed-RETURN OF PAROLE VIOLATORS (780.551 - 780.553)
Act 276 of 1957 ‑ RETURN OF PAROLE VIOLATORS (780.561 - 780.565)
     Section 780.561 ‑ Return of parole violators; deputization of employees of other state.
     Section 780.562 ‑ Parole violators; evidence of deputization.
     Section 780.563 ‑ Parole violators; contracts for expenses, terms.
     Section 780.564 ‑ Binding effect of act.
     Section 780.565 ‑ Repeal.
Act 44 of 1961 ‑ RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (780.581 - 780.588)
     Section 780.581 ‑ Taking person arrested without warrant for misdemeanor or violation of ordinance before magistrate; bond; receipt; holding certain arrested persons in holding cell, holding center, lockup, or county jail; “political subdivision” defined.
     Section 780.582 ‑ Arrest with warrant for misdemeanor or violation of ordinance; penalty; interim bond.
     Section 780.582a ‑ Holding period; protective or release conditions.
     Section 780.583 ‑ Deposit of interim bond; form of receipt; forfeiture; waiver; order; warrant.
     Section 780.583a ‑ Release on own recognizance; interim bond receipt.
     Section 780.584 ‑ Officer taking deposit; report; embezzlement.
     Section 780.585 ‑ Magistrate; change of bond amounts.
     Section 780.586 ‑ Interim bond; purpose; change of amount on arraignment.
     Section 780.587 ‑ Traffic offenses not affected.
     Section 780.588 ‑ Repeal.
Act 141 of 1961 ‑ INTERSTATE AGREEMENT ON DETAINERS (780.601 - 780.608)
     Section 780.601 ‑ Interstate agreement on detainers.
     Section 780.602 ‑ Appropriate court; definition.
     Section 780.603 ‑ Agreement on detainers; cooperation to enforce.
     Section 780.604 ‑ Agreement on detainers; nonapplicability of habitual criminal act.
     Section 780.605 ‑ Agreement on detainers; escape from custody in another state.
     Section 780.606 ‑ Agreement on detainers; duty of wardens.
     Section 780.607 ‑ Agreement on detainers; director of department of corrections.
     Section 780.608 ‑ Agreement on detainers; copies of act, distribution.
Act 213 of 1965 ‑ SETTING ASIDE CONVICTIONS (780.621 - 780.624)
     Section 780.621 ‑ Application for order setting aside conviction; misdemeanor conviction; setting aside of certain convictions prohibited; victim of human trafficking violation; time and contents of application; submitting application and fingerprints to department of state police; report; application fee; contest of application by attorney general or prosecuting attorney; notice to victim; affidavits and proofs; court order; definitions.
     Section 780.621a ‑ Definitions.
     Section 780.622 ‑ Entry of order; effect.
     Section 780.623 ‑ Sending copy of order to arresting agency and department of state police; retention and availability of nonpublic record of order and other records; providing copy of nonpublic record to person whose conviction set aside; fee; nonpublic record exempt from disclosure; prohibited conduct; misdemeanor; penalty; "victim" defined.
     Section 780.624 ‑ Setting aside of convictions; limitation.
Act 189 of 1966 ‑ SEARCH WARRANTS (780.651 - 780.659)
     Section 780.651 ‑ Issuance of search warrant; requirements; making affidavit for search warrant or search warrant by electronic or electromagnetic means; signing; proof; oath or affirmation; impression seal; nonpublic information; suppression order.
     Section 780.652 ‑ Search warrant; grounds for issuance.
     Section 780.652a ‑ Search warrant; search and seizure of hair, tissue, blood, or other fluids.
     Section 780.653 ‑ Judge or district court magistrate's finding of reasonable or probable cause; basis of finding; basis and contents of affidavit.
     Section 780.654 ‑ Search warrant; direction of warrant; contents; order to suppress affidavit.
     Section 780.655 ‑ Property seized upon search; tabulation; filing; suppression order; custody; restoration to owner; disposition of other property.
     Section 780.656 ‑ Service of warrant; officer's authorization to use force.
     Section 780.657 ‑ Executing search warrant; wilfully exceeding authority; penalty.
     Section 780.658 ‑ Unlawful procurement of search warrant; penalty.
     Section 780.659 ‑ Repeal.
Act 289 of 1968 ‑ GRANTING IMMUNITY TO WITNESSES (780.701 - 780.705)
     Section 780.701 ‑ Order granting immunity; application by prosecuting attorney; verified statement; determination to grant immunity.
     Section 780.702 ‑ Delivery of order to witness; applicability of order; transcript of answers; use of truthful testimony or information against witness in criminal case.
     Section 780.702a ‑ Order granting immunity; application by public official or agency authorized to compel testimony or produce evidence; verified statement; determination to grant immunity; delivery of order to witness; transcript of answers; use of truthful testimony, evidence, or other information against witness in criminal case; application for order granting immunity under other statute.
     Section 780.703 ‑ Failure or refusal to testify at proceeding after grant of immunity; contempt.
     Section 780.704 ‑ False testimony; perjury, penalty.
     Section 780.705 ‑ Right to counsel.
Act 620 of 1978 ‑ APPELLATE DEFENDER ACT (780.711 - 780.719)
     Section 780.711 ‑ Short title.
     Section 780.712 ‑ Appellate defender commission; creation; appointment, qualifications, and terms of members; compensation and expenses; development of system of indigent appellate defense services; development and adoption of minimum standards; roster of attorneys; appointment by trial court or referral; continuing legal education training program.
     Section 780.713 ‑ Appellate defender; appointment; dismissal; duties.
     Section 780.714 ‑ Appellate defender, deputy appellate defender, and assistant appellate defender; qualifications, duties, and restrictions; court employees.
     Section 780.715 ‑ Salaries and expenses; post audits; space and equipment.
     Section 780.716 ‑ Appellate defender; duties generally.
     Section 780.717 ‑ Special assistant appellate defenders; appointment; duties; payment on contract basis; practice of law not restricted.
     Section 780.718 ‑ Office of appellate defender; funding.
     Section 780.719 ‑ Record; report.
Act 87 of 1985 ‑ WILLIAM VAN REGENMORTER CRIME VICTIM'S RIGHTS ACT (780.751 - 780.834)
     87‑1985‑1 ‑ ARTICLE 1 (780.751...780.775)
          Section 780.751 ‑ Short title.
          Section 780.752 ‑ Definitions; designation of person to act in place of victim; individual charged with offense arising out of same transaction; eligibility to exercise privileges and rights established for victims.
          Section 780.752a ‑ Duty to provide notice to victim; furnishing information or records.
          Section 780.753 ‑ Information to be given victim.
          Section 780.754 ‑ Return of property to victim; retention of evidence.
          Section 780.754a ‑ Victim of identity theft; filing police report; jurisdiction; "identity theft" defined.
          Section 780.755 ‑ Victim to be given notice of availability of pretrial release, telephone number of sheriff or juvenile facility, and notice of right to contact sheriff or juvenile facility; revocation of bond or personal recognizance.
          Section 780.756 ‑ Notice to be given victim; consultation with prosecuting attorney; persons to be informed of victim's current address and telephone number.
          Section 780.757 ‑ Waiting area for victim or other safeguards.
          Section 780.758 ‑ Motion not to compel testimony of victim or other witness; hearing; address and phone number of victim not to be in court file or documents; exemption from disclosure; exception.
          Section 780.759 ‑ Speedy trial; requirements; hearing; notice; time of trial.
          Section 780.760 ‑ Conference with victim by prosecuting attorney.
          Section 780.761 ‑ Presence of victim at trial; sequestering victim.
          Section 780.762 ‑ Discharge or discipline of victim or victim representative by employer or employer's agent as misdemeanor; penalty; “victim representative” defined.
          Section 780.763 ‑ Notice to be given victim by prosecuting attorney; means; contents of impact statement.
          Section 780.763a ‑ Providing victim with form to receive certain notices.
          Section 780.764 ‑ Impact statement generally.
          Section 780.765 ‑ Oral impact statement at sentencing.
          Section 780.766 ‑ "Victim" defined; restitution; order; condition of probation, parole, or sentence; revocation of probation or parole; petition to modify payment method; lien; enforcement; failure to pay restitution; payment by parent of juvenile; definitions; review; report or petition; compliance; copy of order to department of corrections; disposition of unclaimed restitution; amendment of order; effect of bankruptcy; victim as minor.
          Section 780.766a ‑ Fines, costs, and assessments or payments other than victim payments; allocation of payments; priority; "victim payment" defined.
          Section 780.766b ‑ Conviction of offense described in MCL 750.462a to 750.462h; restitution.
          Section 780.767 ‑ Amount of restitution; order; consideration; order to obtain information; disclosures; resolving dispute as to amount and type of restitution.
          Section 780.767a ‑ Deductions and payments.
          Section 780.768 ‑ Sale of recollections of thoughts and feelings of convicted person; proceeds to be held in escrow; disposition of proceeds.
          Section 780.768a ‑ Notice to victim; explanation of appeal process; rights of victim if conviction reversed.
          Section 780.768b ‑ Early termination of probation; notice to victim.
          Section 780.769 ‑ Request for notice by victim; exemption of victim's address and telephone number from disclosure.
          Section 780.769a ‑ Defendant found not guilty by reason of insanity; notice to victim from director of hospital or facility.
          Section 780.770 ‑ Notice of escape.
          Section 780.770a ‑ Notice to victim by family independence agency or county juvenile agency; escape by juvenile.
          Section 780.770b ‑ Notice of review hearing.
          Section 780.771 ‑ Rights of victim; notice of pending review and victim's rights; representation of counsel; notice of board or panel decision; exemption from disclosure.
          Section 780.772 ‑ Notice of final disposition of case.
          Section 780.772a ‑ Notice to victim of defendant's application to have conviction for assaultive crime set aside; “assaultive crime” defined.
          Section 780.773 ‑ Cause of action not created.
          Section 780.774 ‑ Failure to provide right, privilege, or notice to victim.
          Section 780.775 ‑ Effective date of article; applicability.
     87‑1985‑2 ‑ ARTICLE 2 (780.781...780.802)
          Section 780.781 ‑ Definitions; designation of person to act in place of victim; individual charged with offense arising out of same transaction; eligibility to exercise privileges and rights established for victims.
          Section 780.781a ‑ Duty to provide notice to victim; furnishing information or records.
          Section 780.782 ‑ Information to be given victim.
          Section 780.783 ‑ Return of property to victim.
          Section 780.783a ‑ Statement on complaint or petition.
          Section 780.783b ‑ Victim of identity theft; filing police report; jurisdiction; "identity theft" defined.
          Section 780.784 ‑ Separate statement.
          Section 780.785 ‑ Victim to be given telephone number of juvenile facility and notice of release; motion to detain juvenile in facility.
          Section 780.786 ‑ Court jurisdiction; notices to victim; consultation with prosecuting attorney; persons to be informed of victim's current address and telephone number.
          Section 780.786a ‑ Speedy trial.
          Section 780.786b ‑ Removal of case from adjudicative process; notice required; hearing; consultation of victim with prosecuting attorney.
          Section 780.787 ‑ Separate waiting area; other safeguards.
          Section 780.788 ‑ Testimony not to be compelled; hearing; exemption from disclosure; exception.
          Section 780.789 ‑ Presence of victim at hearing; sequestering of victim.
          Section 780.790 ‑ Discharge or discipline of victim or victim representative by employer or employer's agent; misdemeanor; contempt; “victim representative” defined.
          Section 780.791 ‑ Additional notices to victim.
          Section 780.791a ‑ Providing victim with form to receive certain notices.
          Section 780.792 ‑ Report; impact statement.
          Section 780.793 ‑ Appearance and statement of victim; notice of disposition.
          Section 780.794 ‑ Definitions; order of restitution to be made by juvenile.
          Section 780.794a ‑ Allocation of payment from juveniles.
          Section 780.795 ‑ Factors in determining order of restitution by juvenile.
          Section 780.795a ‑ Early termination of probation of juvenile; notice to victim.
          Section 780.796 ‑ Additional notice to victim; rights of victim in further proceedings or new trial.
          Section 780.796a ‑ Notice to victim of juvenile's application to have conviction or adjudication for certain offenses set aside; “assaultive crime” and “serious misdemeanor” defined.
          Section 780.796b ‑ Deductions and payments.
          Section 780.797 ‑ Profit from sale of recollections of thoughts and feelings with regard to offense; juvenile offense; forfeiture; escrow; distribution of proceeds.
          Section 780.798 ‑ Notice to victim by court, department of human services, county juvenile agency, sheriff, department of corrections, or prosecuting attorney.
          Section 780.798a ‑ Notification by court.
          Section 780.799 ‑ Providing victim with certified copy of order of adjudicative hearing.
          Section 780.800 ‑ Cause of action for money damages against state or local government not created.
          Section 780.801 ‑ Effect of failure to provide right, privilege, or notice to victim.
          Section 780.802 ‑ Effective date of article; applicability.
     87‑1985‑3 ‑ ARTICLE 3 (780.811...780.834)
          Section 780.811 ‑ Definitions; physical or emotional inability of victim to exercise privileges and rights; ineligibility to exercise privileges and rights.
          Section 780.811a ‑ Statement of property damage, physical injury, or death.
          Section 780.811b ‑ Duty to provide notice to victim; furnishing information or records.
          Section 780.812 ‑ Separate written statement.
          Section 780.813 ‑ Information to be given victim of serious misdemeanor.
          Section 780.813a ‑ Revocation of bond or personal recognizance.
          Section 780.814 ‑ Return of property to victim; exceptions.
          Section 780.814a ‑ Victim of identity theft; filing police report; jurisdiction; "identity theft" defined.
          Section 780.815 ‑ Victim to be given notice of availability of pretrial release, phone number of sheriff, and notice of right to contact sheriff.
          Section 780.816 ‑ Notice to prosecuting attorney and to victim; consultation by victim with prosecuting attorney; dismissal of case; keeping prosecuting attorney and sheriff informed of victim's current address and telephone number.
          Section 780.817 ‑ Separate waiting area for victim; safeguards.
          Section 780.818 ‑ Testimony of victim or other witness; consent of victim; hearing; exemption from disclosure; exception.
          Section 780.819 ‑ Expedited trial.
          Section 780.820 ‑ Conference prior to trial.
          Section 780.821 ‑ Right of victim to be present at trial; sequestering of victim.
          Section 780.822 ‑ Discharge or discipline of victim or victim representative by employer or employer's agent as misdemeanor; penalty; “victim representative” defined.
          Section 780.823 ‑ Additional notice to victim; means; contents of impact statement.
          Section 780.824 ‑ Preparation of presentence investigation report; written or oral impact statement; inclusion of statement in presentence investigation report.
          Section 780.825 ‑ Notice of sentencing; impact statement.
          Section 780.826 ‑ Definitions; restitution by defendant convicted of misdemeanor.
          Section 780.826a ‑ Allocation of payments.
          Section 780.827 ‑ Notice of final disposition of case.
          Section 780.827a ‑ Notice to victim of defendant's application to have conviction for serious misdemeanor set aside.
          Section 780.827b ‑ Early termination of probation; notice to victim.
          Section 780.828 ‑ Additional notice to victim; further proceedings or new trial.
          Section 780.828a ‑ Information to be mailed to victim of serious misdemeanor; form to receive notices.
          Section 780.828b ‑ Notice of escape.
          Section 780.829 ‑ Notice of release of defendant; written request.
          Section 780.830 ‑ Exemption of victim's address and telephone number from disclosure.
          Section 780.830a ‑ Deductions and payments.
          Section 780.831 ‑ Profit from sale of recollections of thoughts and feelings of person convicted; misdemeanor; forfeiture; escrow account; distribution of proceeds.
          Section 780.832 ‑ No cause of action against state or local government.
          Section 780.833 ‑ Failure to provide right, privilege, or notice to victim.
          Section 780.834 ‑ Effective date of article; applicability.
Act 196 of 1989 ‑ CRIME VICTIMS RIGHTS SERVICES (780.901 - 780.911)
     Section 780.901 ‑ Definitions.
     Section 780.902 ‑ Criminal assessments commission; transfer of powers, duties, and jurisdiction to crime victim services commission.
     Section 780.903 ‑ Crime victim services commission; duties.
     Section 780.904 ‑ Crime victim's rights fund; creation; investment; expenditures; use of additional excess revenue; expenditure for statewide trauma system; limitation; report regarding minor crime victims receiving crime victim compensation; "minor crime victim" defined.
     Section 780.905 ‑ Payment and use of assessments; order; duties of clerk of court.
     Section 780.906 ‑ Service and funding levels; disbursements; adjustments; application for compensation for cost of services; administrative costs.
     Section 780.907 ‑ Disbursements for crime victim's rights services; priority; financial incentive programs; administrative costs.
     Section 780.908 ‑ Using distribution to maintain or enhance crime victim's rights services.
     Section 780.909 ‑ Annual estimate of cost and revenue; notice to legislature; covering estimated shortfall.
     Section 780.910 ‑ Rules.
     Section 780.911 ‑ Effective date.
E.R.O. No. 1997‑9 ‑ EXECUTIVE REORGANIZATION ORDER (780.921 - 780.921)
     Section 780.921 ‑ Transfer of powers and duties of crime victim services commission from the department of management and budget to the department of community health by type II transfer.
Act 113 of 2014 ‑ SECURITY ACT FOR NUCLEAR ENERGY (780.941 - 780.941)
     Section 780.941 ‑ Rights and duties of officer providing security at nuclear generating facility; notice of authorization; immunity from civil liability; modification of common law; definitions.
Act 311 of 2006 ‑ PRESUMPTION REGARDING SELF-DEFENSE (780.951 - 780.951)
     Section 780.951 ‑ Individual using deadly force or force other than deadly force; presumption; definitions.
Act 310 of 2006 ‑ DEADLY FORCE (780.961 - 780.961)
     Section 780.961 ‑ Use of deadly force or force other than deadly force; establishing evidence that individual's actions not justified.
Act 309 of 2006 ‑ SELF-DEFENSE ACT (780.971 - 780.974)
     Section 780.971 ‑ Short title.
     Section 780.972 ‑ Use of deadly force by individual not engaged in commission of crime; conditions.
     Section 780.973 ‑ Duty to retreat; effect of act on common law.
     Section 780.974 ‑ Right to use deadly force; effect of act on common law.
Act 93 of 2013 ‑ MICHIGAN INDIGENT DEFENSE COMMISSION ACT (780.981 - 780.1003)
     Section 780.981 ‑ Short title.
     Section 780.983 ‑ Definitions.
     Section 780.985 ‑ Michigan indigent defense commission; establishment; powers and duties; functions; carrying forward unexpended funds; delivery of services; minimum standards; final department action; judicial review; best practices.
     Section 780.987 ‑ MIDC; membership; terms; appointment by governor; qualifications; staggered terms; vacancy; chairperson; compensation; removal; quorum; official action; confidential case information; exemption from freedom of information act.
     Section 780.989 ‑ MIDC; authority and duties; establishment of minimum standards, rules, and procedures; manual.
     Section 780.991 ‑ MIDC; establishment of minimum standards, rules, and procedures; principles; application for, and appointment of, indigent criminal defense services; requirements.
     Section 780.993 ‑ Investigation, audit, and review of indigent criminal defense services; cooperation and participation with MIDC; development of plan and cost analysis; award of grant; submission of plan; annual plan; approval or disapproval of plan and cost analysis by MIDC; report; maintenance of local share; necessity for excess funding; appropriation of additional funds; grants to local units of government; compliance with minimum standards; zero grant; funds received by MIDC as state funds.
     Section 780.995 ‑ Dispute between MIDC and indigent criminal defense system.
     Section 780.997 ‑ Duty of compliance with approved plan.
     Section 780.999 ‑ Annual report, budget, and listing of expenditures; availability on website.
     Section 780.1001 ‑ Applicability of freedom of information act and open meetings act.
     Section 780.1003 ‑ Effect of United States or state supreme court cases; failure to comply with statutory duties; grounds for reversal or modification of conviction.

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