MCL - 175-1927-VI

Act 175 of 1927
Chapter VI
Document Type Description
Section 766.1 Section Right of state and defendant to prompt examination and determination; authority of district court magistrate.
Section 766.2, 766.3 Section Repealed. 1980, Act 506, Imd. Eff. Jan. 22, 1981.
Section 766.4 Section Probable cause conference and preliminary examination; dates; scope; waiver; acceptance of plea agreement; scheduling and commencement of preliminary examination; testimony of victim; definition; codefendants; examination by magistrate.
Section 766.5 Section Bail; commitment to jail; release on own recognizance.
Section 766.6 Section Associate magistrate; powers, duties, fees.
Section 766.7 Section Adjournment, continuance, or delay of preliminary examination.
Section 766.8 Section Adjournment of examination; form of commitment of accused, order for re-appearance.
Section 766.9 Section Closure of preliminary examination.
Section 766.10 Section Exclusion of persons from examination; witness not examined, minor; separation of witnesses.
Section 766.11 Section Subpoena of witnesses; taking down evidence in shorthand; appointment, oath, and fees of stenographer; signing of testimony not required; testimony to be typewritten, certified, received, and filed; testimony as prima facie evidence.
Section 766.11a Section Testimony of witness; conduct by telephonic, voice, or video conferencing.
Section 766.11b Section Rules of evidence; exception; hearsay testimony; "controlled substance" defined.
Section 766.12 Section Evidence for defense; examination, cross-examination of witnesses.
Section 766.13 Section Discharge of defendant or reduction of charge; binding defendant to appear for arraignment.
Section 766.14 Section Proceedings where offense charged not felony; transfer of case to family division of circuit court; waiver of jurisdiction; “specified juvenile violation” defined.
Section 766.15 Section Certification and return of examinations and recognizances; effect of refusing or neglecting to return examinations and recognizances; written demand or motion to prepare or file written transcript of testimony of preliminary examination; listening to electronically recorded testimony, copy of recording tape or disc, or stenographer's notes.
Section 766.15a, 766.15b Section Repealed. 1951, Act 170, Eff. Sept. 28, 1951.
Section 766.15c Section Repealed. 1966, Act 266, Eff. Mar. 10, 1967.
Section 766.15d Section Repealed. 1951, Act 170, Eff. Sept. 28, 1951.
Section 766.16 Section Default of recognizance; record; procedure.
Section 766.17 Section Admission to bail after commitment to jail; discharge of prisoner.
Section 766.18 Section Admission to bail after commitment to jail; clerk of court, authority.
Section 766.19-766.22 Section Repealed. 1994, Act 63, Eff. July 1, 1994.