Mich. Comp. Laws § 769.18

Current through Public Acts 1-76 and 78-89 of the 2021 Session
Section 769.18 - Record after sentence of imprisonment; duty of clerk; contents, forwarding, fee

Whenever a person shall be convicted of crime and sentenced to imprisonment pursuant to the provisions of this act, or for life, the clerk of the court shall make and forward to the warden or superintendent of the institution to which the convict is sentenced, and also to the governor, a record containing a copy of the information or complaint, the sentence pronounced by the court, the name and residence of the judge presiding at the trial, prosecuting attorney and sheriff, and the names and postoffice addresses of the jurors and witnesses sworn on the trial, together with a statement of any fact or facts which the presiding judge may deem important or necessary for a full comprehension of the case, and a reference to the statute under which the sentence was imposed. One copy of the said record shall be delivered to the warden or superintendent at the time the prisoner is received into the institution, and 1 copy shall be forwarded to the governor within 10 days thereafter. In each case in which he shall perform the duties required by this act, the clerk of the court shall be entitled to such compensation as shall be certified to be just by the presiding judge at the trial not to exceed 3 dollars for any 1 case, which shall be paid by the county in which the trial is had, as a part of the expenses of such trial.

MCL 769.18

1927, Act 175, Eff. Sept. 5, 1927 ;--Am. 1929, Act 188, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1929 ;--CL 1929, 17346 ;--CL 1948, 769.18 .