Learn about the amendment to Mary’s Law in Michigan, allowing a judge to require an electronic monitoring device as a bail condition for any assault crime.

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Mary’s Law: Michigan Expands Bond Provisions for People Being Prosecuted for Violent Crimes

A recent amendment of Public Act 192 of 2008—commonly known as Mary’s Law—expands its provisions to allow a judge or magistrate the discretion to require a defendant released on bail awaiting trial for any assaultive crime to wear an electronic monitoring device. Previously, Mary’s Law was restricted to crimes involving domestic violence. A judge or […]

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