of interest for the week of 9/28.
Agenda Items: SB
158 Revises statutory attorney fees in landlord-tenant eviction and
land contract forfeiture actions; SB
221 Allows an individual who has, or is exempt from having, a concealed
weapon permit to carry a pistol in area frequented by game; SB
511 Provides penalties for failure to properly dispose of a body within
a reasonable time period; SB
508 Enacts sentencing guidelines for crime of failing to dispose of
human body as provided by written agreement; HB
4360 Would require businesses to display sexually explicit matter
only in restricted areas; SR
127 Memorializes the United States Senate and Michigan's United States
Senators to act to begin the confirmation hearings on the Michigan nominees
to the United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
House Criminal Justice
Agenda Items: HB
4916 Amends prohibited conduct with regard to telecommunications access;
258 Provides technical amendment on juror intimidation; HB
4468 Expands definition of first degree child abuse to include knowingly
or intentionally committing an act that causes serious physical or mental
4469 Amends guidelines statue for crime of child abuse.
Senate Judiciary: Hearing in Kalamazoo
Agenda Item: Hearing on tax reporting fraud.
Complete Meetings Schedule
the Hall of Justice
Add, Eliminate Judgeships for Some Courts Released by State Court Administrative
Supreme Court issued order 2003-01 Appointments of the Committee to Review
the Client Security Fund. The State Bar administers the Client Security
The Family Law Section
supports several changes in HB 5039, a bill to expand and clarify the
right to bring action to grandparenting time.
Position of Family Law Section