2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Mich. Comp. Laws § 801.52 Certifying general prisoner population exceeds 100% of rated design capacity of county jail or percentage of rated design capacity set by court; duties of sheriff.

COUNTY JAIL OVERCROWDING STATE OF EMERGENCY (EXCERPT)
Act 325 of 1982


801.52 Certifying general prisoner population exceeds 100% of rated design capacity of county jail or percentage of rated design capacity set by court; duties of sheriff.

Sec. 2.

If the general prisoner population of a county jail exceeds 100% of the rated design capacity of the county jail or a percentage of rated design capacity less than 100% as set by a court prior to the effective date of this act for 7 consecutive days or for a lesser number of days as set by a court prior to the effective date of this act, the sheriff for that county shall certify that fact in writing, by first class mail or personal delivery, to the chief circuit judge, the chief district judge, and each municipal court judge in the county in which the county jail is located, the chairperson of the county board of commissioners, and the county executive in a county in which a county executive is elected.


History: 1982, Act 325, Eff. Feb. 8, 1983
Popular Name: Jail Overcrowding Emergency Powers Act



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