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Committee(s) Criminal Justice
ChairRep. Kara Hope
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 9/26/2023
Time9:00 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4624 (Rep. Christine Morse) Human services: children's services; county child care fund reimbursement rate; increase.

HB 4625 (Rep. Brenda Carter) Juveniles: criminal procedure; use of screening tool for minors eligible for a certain diversion option; require.

HB 4626 (Rep. Kara Hope) Juveniles: other; length of time youth can be placed on precourt diversion program; limit.

HB 4627 (Rep. Penelope Tsernoglou) Courts: family division; use of risk and needs assessment for juveniles in the juvenile justice system before disposition; require.

HB 4628 (Rep. Felicia Brabec) Courts: family division; use of screening tool for minors sought to be placed on the consent calendar; require.

HB 4629 (Rep. Amos O'Neal) Juveniles: other; detention of juveniles in certain circumstances; modify.

HB 4630 (Rep. Sarah Lightner) Courts: other; Michigan indigent defense commission act; expand duties to include indigent defense of youth.

HB 4631 (Rep. Sarah Lightner) Courts: other; duties of the appellate defender; include requirement to defend youth.

HB 4632 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Juveniles: juvenile justice services; juvenile justice residential per diem rates; modify.

HB 4633 (Rep. Kelly Breen) Juveniles: other; factors in designating or waiving certain juvenile cases; require the court to consider, and place certain limits on consent calendar plans.

HB 4718 (Rep. Laurie Pohutsky) Civil procedure: defenses; sexual orientation or gender identity of a victim as a defense to a crime; prohibit.

HB 4945 (Rep. Amos O'Neal) Crimes: weapons; sentencing guidelines; update.

HB 4946 (Rep. Amos O'Neal) Crimes: weapons; possession of firearms and ammunition by persons convicted of misdemeanor involving domestic violence; prohibit.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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