Bill Text: MI SB0727 | 2011-2012 | 96th Legislature | Engrossed
Bill Title: Courts; circuit court; requirement for circuit court to consent to appointment of assistant prosecutor by prosecuting attorney in certain cases; eliminate. Amends sec. 18, ch. XVI of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 776.18). TIE BAR WITH: SB 0728'11 [Track Bill]
Status: 2012-04-17 - Assigned Pa 0072'12 With Immediate Effect [SB0727 Detail]
SB-0727, As Passed House, March 21, 2012
SENATE BILL No. 727
October 5, 2011, Introduced by Senators BOOHER, PAPPAGEORGE and JONES and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
A bill to amend 1927 PA 175, entitled
"The code of criminal procedure,"
by amending section 18 of chapter XVI (MCL 776.18).
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN ENACT:
18. The prosecuting attorney may
, under the direction of the
court, procure such the assistance
in the trial of any person
with a felony as he
may deem or
she considers necessary.
the trial thereof, and the prosecuting attorney may, under the direction
of the court, in case of disability of the prosecuting attorney,
The prosecuting attorney may appoint an assistant to
his or her duties during a period when the
prosecuting attorney, and such prosecuting
attorney is unable
to perform those duties. An assistant appointed under this section
allowed such paid reasonable compensation as determined by
board of supervisors or the board of county auditors,
having county auditors shall determine, as applicable, for
those services. to be paid by the county treasurer upon presenting
to said board the certificate of the circuit judge of the
county for which such services were performed, certifying to the
services rendered by such assistant: Provided, That no No
or attorney shall be employed or appointed as assistant
who is interested as an attorney
or otherwise in
involving the same facts or circumstances involved in
a case to be conducted or tried by said the assistant ,
or who has received any compensation
from any person
who are interested in such with
an interest in those cases.
Enacting section 1. This amendatory act does not take effect
unless Senate Bill No. 728
of the 96th Legislature is enacted into law.