2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 60 of 1962


DAY PAROLE OF PRISONERS

Act 60 of 1962

AN ACT to provide for the day parole of prisoners in county jails to permit them to be gainfully employed outside the jail or pursue other activities; to provide for the granting of reductions in terms of imprisonment and the regulation thereof; and to provide for the disposition of earnings from such employment.


History: 1962, Act 60, Eff. Mar. 28, 1963 ;--Am. 1982, Act 15, Imd. Eff. Feb. 25, 1982




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

DocumentDescription
Section 801.251Privilege of leaving jail during necessary and reasonable hours; purposes; limitations; "jail" defined.
Section 801.252Employed prisoner; collection of wages; garnishment.
Section 801.253Prisoner liability for board; prisoner transportation.
Section 801.254Employed prisoner; disbursement of wages; priority.
Section 801.255County department of social welfare; clerk of court; duties.
Section 801.256County department of social welfare; report on prisoner's dependents.
Section 801.257Reduction of term.
Section 801.258Violation of conditions; confinement, forfeiture of earned reduction.

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