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Monograph 5 Prelim Exams April-2009

Monograph 5 Prelim Exams April-2009

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Michigan Judicial Institute © 2006–April 2009 Page 1
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Preliminary Examinations
Part A—Commentary
5.1Purpose of a Preliminary Examination.......................................................5-35.2Authority Governing Preliminary Examinations..........................................5-35.3Jurisdiction of Preliminary Examinations....................................................5-45.4Persons Who May Conduct Preliminary Examinations..............................5-65.5Scope of Preliminary Examinations............................................................5-75.6Defendant’s Right to a Preliminary Examination......................................5-115.7Juvenile’s Right to a Preliminary Examination..........................................5-135.8Fourteen-Day Rule for Preliminary Examinations....................................5-165.9Adjournment, Continuance, or Delay of Preliminary Examination............5-175.10“Special Adjournments” of Preliminary Hearings in CasesInvolving Juveniles...................................................................................5-185.11Right to Counsel at Preliminary Examinations.........................................5-195.12Waiver of Right to Counsel.......................................................................5-205.13Advice at Preliminary Examinations and Subsequent Proceedings.........5-275.14Determination of Indigency for Purposes of Appointing Counsel.............5-285.15Multiple Representation and Conflicts of Interest.....................................5-295.16Waivers of Preliminary Examinations.......................................................5-305.17Discovery Before or at Preliminary Examinations....................................5-335.18Venue for Preliminary Examinations........................................................5-385.19Orders for Competency Evaluations at Preliminary Examinations...........5-405.20Limitations on Film or Electronic Media Coverage in Courtrooms............5-415.21Closure of Preliminary Examinations to Members of the Public...............5-425.22Sequestration of Witnesses......................................................................5-445.23Victims’ Rights at Preliminary Examinations............................................5-455.24Communicable Disease Testing and Examination...................................5-465.25Subpoenas to Compel Attendance at Preliminary Examinations.............5-485.26Application of the Rules of Evidence in Preliminary Examinations...........5-495.27Admissibility of Reports by State Police Forensic Technicians................5-505.28Evidentiary Hearings During Preliminary Examinations...........................5-515.29Examination of Witnesses........................................................................5-525.30Corpus Delicti Rule...................................................................................5-545.31Magistrate’s Authority to Decide Entrapment Issue..................................5-555.32Records of Preliminary Examinations.......................................................5-555.33Transcripts of Testimony..........................................................................5-555.34Bindover Following Preliminary Examination...........................................5-565.35Setting Case for Trial When There Is Probable Cause to BelieveThat Defendant Committed a Misdemeanor.............................................5-595.36Transfer to Juvenile Court When There Is No Probable Cause toBelieve That Juvenile Committed a “Specified Juvenile Violation”...........5-595.37Discharge of Defendant and Prosecutor’s Right to BringNew Charges............................................................................................5-605.38Setting Bail at the Conclusion of Preliminary Examination.......................5-615.39Circuit Court Arraignment and Plea in District Court Following

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