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CommitteeLaw and Justice
Clerk Phone NumberMelissa Weipert 517-373-5176
LocationRoom 327, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 10/17/2017
Time9:00 AM
AgendaHB 4536 (Rep. Lucido) Criminal procedure; expunction; expunction of all information in arrest record when individual is wrongly accused under certain circumstances; require.

HB 4537 (Rep. Lucido) Law enforcement; law enforcement information network (LEIN); promulgation of rules to effectuate expunction and destruction of all arrest record information from LEIN and other databases by C.J.I.S. under certain circumstances; require.

HB 4538 (Rep. Lucido) Criminal procedure; pretrial procedure; expunction and destruction of biometric data; eliminate certain exceptions.

HB 4719 (Rep. Iden) Housing; landlord and tenants; allocation of responsibilities; provide for with respect to prevention and management of bedbug infestation.

HB 4751 (Rep. Kesto) Family law; marriage and divorce; enforceability of prenuptial agreements; clarify.

HB 4752 (Rep. Kesto) Probate; wills and estates; fee ratio and reporting requirement; revise, and remove sunset.

HB 4882 (Rep. Lucido) Criminal procedure; mental capacity; procedure for asserting insanity defense; expand to include misdemeanor offenses.

SB 435 (Sen. Schuitmaker) Courts; drug court; certification of drug treatment courts by the state court administrative office; require.

SB 436 (Sen. Schuitmaker) Courts; drug court; certification of DWI/sobriety court by the state court administrative office; amend the vehicle code to reflect.

SB 437 (Sen. Schuitmaker) Courts; other; certification of mental health courts by the state court administrative office; require.

SB 438 (Sen. Schuitmaker) Courts; other; certification of veterans courts by the state court administrative office; require.

HCR 11 (Rep. Yaroch) A concurrent resolution to urge the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and federal prosecutors to either enforce the federal statute criminalizing marijuana or the U.S. Congress to amend the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 to defer to the states the right to regulate marijuana within its borders under state law.

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ChairKlint Kesto


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