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Online benchbooks keep judges and court employees informed of developments in Michigan law and procedure and are helpful to the layperson in researching a legal subject. Benchbooks cover adoption child protective proceedings, civil proceedings, controlled substances, domestic violence, evidence, juvenile justice, sexual assault and traffic laws.
SADO works to provide public appellate defense services to indigent criminal defendants in cases assigned by the courts as well as training to criminal attorneys and research information for pro se litigants and those interested in criminal justice issues.
Section sites for various areas where discrimination is illegal, provides general information and often how to file a complaint.
Abbreviated as "MCR," these rules establish uniform "procedures for all levels of Michigan's court system."
Published by the Michigan Judicial Institute, the Benchbook Series of electronic books is intended as a reference tool for judges when legal issues arise in court, but the individual titles are also helpful to laypersons trying to understand Michigan state court procedures. Part 2 of the Criminal Proceedings Benchbook as well as other criminal law titles in the series may be found on the MJI ...
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