Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
KLAW Blog

Michigan 2017 House Bill 4158 – Require conviction for property forfeiture

Recommended Posts

To establish that property seized from a person because it may be associated with a suspected drug crime is not subject to forfeiture unless the individual is actually convicted. The bill would also prohibit officials from requiring a person to negotiate for return of their property.

 

However, the conviction requirement would only apply to forfeitures of less than $50,000 (meaning police and prosecutors could still take and keep those assets using a lower burden of proof).

Introduced by Rep. Peter Lucido (R) on February 2, 2017

Passed 83 to 26 in the House on May 8, 2018. 

See Who Voted – Yes / No – below to establish that property seized from a person because it may be associated with a suspected drug crime is not subject to forfeiture unless an individual is actually convicted.

 

Official Government Site

  

 

IN FAVOR

 

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Brinks (D) Byrd (D) Camilleri (D) Chang (D) Clemente (D)
Durhal (D) Ellison (D) Garrett (D) Gay-Dagnogo (D) Geiss (D)
Greig (D) Hammoud (D) Hertel (D) Hoadley (D) Jones (D)
LaGrand (D) Lasinski (D) Liberati (D) Moss (D) Pagan (D)
Peterson (D) Phelps (D) Rabhi (D) Robinson (D) Scott (D)
Singh (D) Sneller (D) Sowerby (D) Wittenberg (D) Zemke (D)

 

 HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Afendoulis (R) Albert (R) Alexander (R) Allor (R) Barrett (R)
Bellino (R) Bizon (R) Brann (R) Calley (R) Canfield (R)
Chatfield (R) Cole (R) Farrington (R) Frederick (R) Glenn (R)
Griffin (R) Hauck (R) Hernandez (R) Hoitenga (R) Hornberger (R)
Howell (R) Howrylak (R) Hughes (R) Iden (R) Inman (R)
Johnson (R) Kahle (R) Kelly (R) LaFave (R) Lauwers (R)
Leonard (R) Leutheuser (R) Lilly (R) Lower (R) Lucido (R)
Marino (R) McCready (R) Noble (R) Pagel (R) Reilly (R)
Rendon (R) Roberts (R) Runestad (R) Sheppard (R) Tedder (R)
Theis (R) VanderWall (R) VanSingel (R) Vaupel (R) Verheulen (R)
Wentworth (R) Whiteford (R) Yaroch (R)

 

AGAINST

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Cambensy (D) Chirkun (D) Cochran (D) Dianda (D) Elder (D)
Faris (D) Green (D) Greimel (D) Guerra (D) Kosowski (D)
Love (D) Neeley (D) Sabo (D) Santana (D) Yancey (D)
Yanez (D)        

 

 

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Cox (R) Crawford (R) Garcia (R) Graves (R) Kesto (R)
LaSata (R) Maturen (R) Miller (R) Victory (R) Webber (R)

 

 


About Komorn Law

Komorn Law has represented numerous clients through the legal chaos of starting up a business in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Industry.

If you or someone you know is facing charges as a result of Medical Marijuana, DUI, Drugs, Forfeiture, Criminal Enterprise, etc. Please contact our office and ensure you’re defended by an experienced lawyer in the evolving laws.

Lead attorney Michael Komorn is recognized as an expert on the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. He is the President of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Association (MMMA), a nonprofit patient advocacy group which advocates for the rights of medical marijuana patients and their caregivers.

Contact us for a free no-obligation case evaluation
800-656-3557.

Follow Komorn Law

The post Michigan 2017 House Bill 4158 – Require conviction for property forfeiture appeared first on Komorn Law.

View the full article

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  



×