Mich. Comp. Laws § 767.7c

Current through Public Act 321 of the 2023 Legislative Session
Section 767.7c - Grand jury convened by court of appeals; procedure; jurisdiction

The court of appeals of this state, acting in a 3-judge panel consistent with the Michigan court rules, may convene a grand jury with jurisdiction over 2 or more counties in this state as follows:

(a) If a petition is filed under section 7b(1) by the attorney general, the court of appeals may convene a grand jury with jurisdiction over 2 or more of the counties named in the petition.
(b) If a petition is filed under section 7b(2) by 2 or more attorneys who are county prosecuting attorneys in this state, the court of appeals may convene a grand jury with jurisdiction over 2 or more of the counties named in the petition in which the attorneys are prosecuting attorneys.

MCL 767.7c

Add. 1989, Act 204, Imd. Eff. 11/1/1989 .