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COVID-19: Affected Events and Resources

To see a list of events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, please hover on the Events tab and click "Events Affected by COVID-19". In addition, due to the Governor's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order, MJI staff are not in the office. Accordingly, some resources may not display or function as you would expect. However, rest assured you can still reach MJI by calling 517-373-7171 or e-mailing with any questions. Staff will be checking voicemail and e-mails and responding accordingly.

SCAO in Brief: Revoking a Deferred Judgment

When a defendant violates the terms and conditions of their probation and fails to appear at their probation violation arraignment or hearing, does your court automatically revoke any deferred judgement?  This short presentation covers why a defendant has the right to a hearing before their deferred judgement is revoked.  This video is intended for judges, court administrators, and probation officers.

Revoking a Deferred Judgment

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