Mich. Comp. Laws § 769.1h

Current through Public Acts 1-76 and 78-91 of the 2021 Session
Section 769.1h - Consecutive or concurrent sentence
(1) A judgment of sentence committing an individual to the jurisdiction of the department of corrections shall specify whether the sentence is to run consecutively to or concurrently with any other sentence the defendant is or will be serving, as provided by law.
(2) Upon sentencing a defendant, the court shall provide a copy of the judgment of sentence to the prosecuting attorney, the defendant, and the defendant's counsel.
(3) The prosecuting attorney or the defendant's counsel, or the defendant if he or she is not represented, may file an objection to the judgment of sentence on the issue of whether the sentence is to run consecutively to or concurrent with any other sentence the defendant is or will be serving. The court shall promptly hold a hearing on any objection filed. The procedure for reviewing a judgment of sentence provided in this subsection is in addition to any other review procedure authorized by statute or court rule.

MCL 769.1h

Add. 2000, Act 220, Eff. Oct. 1, 2000 .