Michigan Code Of Military Justice Of 1980 (Excerpt) Act 523 Of 1980


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MICHIGAN CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE OF 1980 (EXCERPT)
Act 523 of 1980

32.1011 Refusal to receive or keep prisoner committed; statement; report to commanding officer of prisoner; taking prisoner from pretrial custody of person other than state military forces; informing prisoner of charges and right to counsel.

Sec. 11.

(1) A provost marshal, commander of a guard, warden, keeper, or officer of a place of confinement described in section 10, shall not refuse to receive or keep a prisoner committed to his or her charge when the committing person furnishes a statement, signed by that person, of the offense charged against the prisoner.

(2) Each commander of a guard, warden, keeper, or officer of a place of confinement described in section 10(4), to whose charge a prisoner is committed, not later than 24 hours after that commitment or as soon as he or she is relieved from guard, shall report to the commanding officer of the prisoner, the name of the prisoner, the offense charged against the prisoner, and the name of the person who ordered or authorized the commitment.

(3) If a prisoner is in pretrial custody of a person other than the state military forces, the commanding officer of the prisoner or his or her duly authorized representative, not later than 24 hours after receipt of notice of the confinement, shall take the prisoner from the custody and inform the prisoner of the charges and of the prisoner's right to counsel.


History: 1980, Act 523, Eff. Mar. 31, 1981

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