Manuals & Overviews: Collateral Consequences in Michigan
Overview of Collateral Consequences in Michigan
- This outline covers housing, expungement, employment, child support, parental rights termination, public benefits and student loans. It briefly sets out the law in these areas, and sets out the relevant statutory cites. The employment section includes extensive information on various laws barring employment in different industries.
- This brochure is a summary of the rights and privileges Michigan citizens lose upon conviction of a felony.
- Powerpoint presentation on major collateral consequences.
- Comprehensive overview of federal laws imposing collateral consequences on convictions. These consequences also apply in Michigan.
- People with criminal records face not only the social stigma of a criminal conviction, but also tremendous legal obstacles. This article sets out legal strategies that civil legal aid attorneys, defense attorneys, judges, and public policy makers can use to promote successful reentry.
- This article provides a helpful overview of how criminal convictions carry civil consequences, with detailed information on the loss of public benefits.
- Training materials designed to educate social service providers regarding the collateral consequences of criminal convictions. Available as a Powerpoint Presentation.
- Training materials designed to educate criminal defense attorneys regarding the collateral consequences of criminal convictions. Available as a Powerpoint Presentation.
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Section overview: Overviews of Reentry and Collateral Consequences