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Sec. 426. PROCEEDING WHEN COURT REASONABLY BELIEVES PERJURY HAS BEEN COMMITTED--Whenever it shall appear to any court of record that any witness or party who has been legally sworn and examined or has made an affidavit in any proceeding in a court of justice, has testified in such a manner as to induce a reasonable presumption that he has been guilty of perjury therein, the court may immediately commit such witness or party, by an order or process for that purpose, or may take a recognizance with sureties, for his appearing to answer to an indictment for perjury; and thereupon the witness to establish such perjury may, if present, be bound over to the proper court, and notice of the proceedings shall forthwith be given to the prosecuting attorney.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Compiled Laws, Chapter 750. Michigan Penal Code § 750.426 - last updated February 09, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mi/chapter-750-michigan-penal-code/mi-comp-laws-750-426.html
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