Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 752. Crimes and Offenses

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  • Maintaining and Supplying of Information;  Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Protection of Blind Persons
  • Construction of Way through Cemetery
  • Safety Devices on Corn Huskers
  • Chemical Agents
  • Disturbance of Religious Meetings
  • Unauthorized Transfer of Recorded Sound
  • Coin Operated Devices
  • Erection of Posters, Signs, Placards, or Other Notices
  • Careless, Reckless, or Negligent Use of Firearms
  • Student Safety Act
  • Sexual Assault Kit Evidence Submission Act
  • Sexual Assault Victim’s Access to Justice Act
  • Human Trafficking Commission Act
  • Human Trafficking Victims Compensation Act
  • Human Trafficking Health Advisory Board Act
  • Human Trafficking Notification Act
  • Organized Retail Crime Act
  • Law Enforcement
  • Service Animals
  • Sale of Baby Chicks, Rabbits, Ducklings, or Other Fowl or Game
  • Liquid Fuels, Lubricating Oils, or Similar Products
  • Obscene Materials
  • Gaming House
  • Riots and Related Crimes
  • Prohibited Conduct at Institutions of Higher Education
  • Fraudulent Access to Computers, Computer Systems, and Computer Networks
  • Vending Machine Slugs
  • Death or Injuries from Firearms
  • Careless, Reckless, or Negligent Use of Bow and Arrow
  • Sexual Assault Evidence Kit Tracking and Reporting Act
  • The Health Care False Claim Act
  • Assistance to Suicide
  • Unauthorized Recordings
  • Michigan Children's Protection Registry Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order

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