Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapters 760 to 777 Code of Criminal Procedure

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  • Chapter 765. Code of Criminal Procedure--Bail
  • Chapter 774. Code of Criminal Procedure--Jurisdiction and Procedure of Justices' Courts in Criminal Cases
  • Chapter 760. Code of Criminal Procedure--Title and Construction
  • Chapter 761. Code of Criminal Procedure--Definitions
  • Chapter 762. Code of Criminal Procedure--Courts
  • Chapter 763. Code of Criminal Procedure--Rights of Persons Accused
  • Chapter 764. Code of Criminal Procedure--Arrest
  • Chapter 766. Code of Criminal Procedure--Examination of Offenders
  • Chapter 767. Code of Criminal Procedure--Grand Juries, Indictments, Informations and Proceedings Before Trial
  • Chapter 767A. Code of Criminal Procedure--Prosecuting Attorneys, Issuance of Investigative Subpoenas, Immunity
  • Chapter 768. Code of Criminal Procedure--Trials
  • Chapter 769. Code of Criminal Procedure--Judgment and Sentence
  • Chapter 770. Code of Criminal Procedure--New Trials, Writs of Error and Bills of Exceptions
  • Chapter 771. Code of Criminal Procedure--Probation
  • Chapter 771A. Code of Criminal Procedure--Probation Swift and Sure Sanctions Act
  • Chapter 772. Code of Criminal Procedure--Proceedings to Prevent Crime
  • Chapter 773. Code of Criminal Procedure--Proceedings for the Discovery of Crime
  • Chapter 775. Code of Criminal Procedure--Fees
  • Chapter 776. Code of Criminal Procedure--Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Chapter 777. Code of Criminal Procedure--Sentencing Guidelines

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