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House Bill 4345 (2011) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2011-HB-4345


Sponsors
Jim Ananich - (primary)Charles Smiley, Harvey Santana, George Darany, Joan Bauer, Dian Slavens, Jim Townsend, Lesia Liss, Douglas Geiss, Vicki Barnett, Rashida H. Tlaib, Jeff Irwin, Stacy Erwin Oakes, Lisa Brown, Phil Cavanagh, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Brandon Dillon, Jon Switalski, Harold L. Haugh, Kate Segal, Fred Durhal, Jr., Charles Brunner, David Rutledge, Mark Meadows, Sean McCann, Ellen Cogen Lipton
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Categories 
Criminal procedure: arrests;

Criminal procedure; arrests; complainant's signature requirement to file a criminal complaint in cases alleging vulnerable adult abuse; prohibit magistrate from refusing to accept complaint because signed upon information and belief by individual other than the victim. Amends sec. 1a, ch. IV of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 764.1a).

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Bill Analysis


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/24/2011HJ 18 Pg. 246introduced by Representative Jim Ananich
2/24/2011HJ 18 Pg. 246read a first time
2/24/2011HJ 18 Pg. 246referred to Committee on Judiciary
3/1/2011HJ 19 Pg. 253printed bill filed 02/25/2011

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