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Senate: Adjourned until Wednesday, September 7, 2022 10:00:00 AM

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Committee(s) Judiciary and Public Safety
ChairSen. Roger Victory
Clerk NameJackie Mosher
Clerk Phone517.373.5312
LocationRoom 1100, Binsfeld Office Building, 201 Townsend Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateThursday, 5/26/2022
Time8:30 AM
Time Notes
AgendaSB 630 (Sen. Kevin Daley) Corrections: other; definition of contraband; expand.

HB 4887 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Juveniles: crimes; transportation of juvenile who commits a crime with an adult; clarify.

HB 5130 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Law enforcement: other; employment contract with a new employee to cover academy tuition; allow under certain conditions.

HB 4173 (Rep. Kara Hope) Criminal procedure: other; authority of counties to offer reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction; increase maximum reward.

HB 4799 (Rep. Graham Filler) Property: other; assignment of rents; enact the uniform assignment of rents act to provide for security interests in rents.

HB 4800 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Civil procedure: other; action regarding assignment of rents; clarify that action does not constitute an action under the one-action rule.

HB 4719 (Rep. Robert Bezotte) Corrections: state facilities; certain individuals to immediately be housed in department of corrections; require.

SB 406 (Sen. Tom Barrett) Corrections: state facilities; certain individuals to immediately be housed in department of corrections; require.

HB 4724 (Rep. Graham Filler) Crimes: surveillance; exemption to the prohibition of recording a private conversation to allow a homeowner to conduct both audio and video recordings in his or her home under certain circumstances; provide for.

SB 870 (Sen. Jim Runestad) Crimes: larceny; use of a computer or similar technology to program a key code for automobile theft; prohibit, and provide penalties.

SB 1047 (Sen. Sean McCann) Courts: judges; circuit court judgeships to Allegan County and Kalamazoo County respectively; restore.

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 Senate Business Office by phone [(517) 373-1675] or email senbusinessoffice@senate.michigan.gov if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting.

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