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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, 9/22/2020
Time8:15 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 6205 (Rep. John Chirkun) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of publishing of private or identifying information about an individual on the internet with malicious intent; create.

HB 6206 (Rep. Beth Griffin) Crimes: other; publishing of private or identifying information about an individual on the internet with malicious intent; prohibit, and provide penalties.

HB 5854 (Rep. Tim Sneller) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for certain vehicle code violations; eliminate.

HB 5855 (Rep. Tommy Brann) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory minimum jail sentences for certain violations of the revised school code; eliminate.

HB 5856 (Rep. Steven Johnson) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for violations of the natural resources and environmental protection act; eliminate.

HB 5857 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for violations of the railroad code of 1993; eliminate.

SB 533 (Sen. Peter J. Lucido) Crimes: robbery; description of armed robbery; modify.

HB 5846 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Traffic control: driver license; suspension and revocation of driver license as sanction for certain vehicle code violation; eliminate.

HB 5847 (Rep. Luke Meerman) Traffic control: driver license; suspension of operator's or chauffeur's license; eliminate.

HB 5848 (Rep. Donna Lasinski) Traffic control: driver license; cross references to Michigan vehicle code; update.

HB 5849 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Traffic control: driver license; cross reference to juror compensation reimbursement fund; update.

HB 5850 (Rep. Rebekah Warren) Traffic control: driver license; cross reference to vehicle code provision to notify friend of court; eliminate.

HB 5851 (Rep. Tenisha Yancey) Traffic control: driver license; suspension and revocation of driver license as sanction for certain controlled substances offenses; eliminate.

HB 5852 (Rep. Lori Stone) Traffic control: driver license; licensing sanction for certain controlled substances offenses; eliminate.

HB 5853 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Crimes: penalties; penalties for certain violations of the Michigan vehicle code; modify.

HB 5880 (Rep. Pauline Wendzel) Elections: offenses; felony for submitting an absent voter ballot application using another person’s name and personal information; create, and create a felony for submitting an absent voter ballot application with the intent to obtain multiple absent voter ballots for a person.

HB 5881 (Rep. Ann Bollin) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for certain Michigan election law violations dealing with absent voter ballot applications; provide for.

SB 977 (Sen. Kevin Daley) Elections: offenses; felony for submitting an absent voter ballot application using another person's name and personal information; create, and create a felony for submitting an absent voter ballot application with the intent to obtain multiple absent voter ballots for a person.

SB 978 (Sen. Kevin Daley) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for certain Michigan election law violations dealing with absent voter ballot applications; provide for.

HB 5540 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Criminal procedure: warrants; statutory warrant requirement; provide for department of natural resources.

HB 5973 (Rep. Jeff Yaroch) Criminal procedure: forfeiture; disposal of funds from seized vehicles; clarify.

HB 5974 (Rep. Jeff Yaroch) Criminal procedure: forfeiture; disposition of funds from civil asset forfeiture; clarify.

HB 4854 (Rep. Tommy Brann) Crimes: weapons; penalties for intentionally placing and leaving a contraption or device capable of causing injury or death; provide for.

HB 4855 (Rep. Tommy Brann) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of intentionally placing contraption or device capable of causing injury or death; enact.

HB 6169 (Rep. Scott VanSingel) Crimes: trespassing; trespassing on property of a state correctional facility; expand.

HB 6170 (Rep. Scott VanSingel) Corrections: private facilities; prohibiting certain conduct relating to a prisoner in a correctional facility; expand to correctional facilities operated by a private contractor.

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https://www.house.mi.gov/committee_protocol.asp

And any other business properly before the committee.

In the spirit of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Committee Clerk's Office by phone [(517) 373-0015] or by TDD [(517) 373-0543] if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting


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