Michigan Reentry Law Wiki

Manuals & Overviews: Legal Outlines & Training Materials

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Legal Outlines

Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions: A Legal Outline for 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.

Michigan Department of Civil Rights: State & Federal Rights & Privileges Lost Upon Conviction of a Felon

This brochure is a summary of the rights and privileges Michigan citizens lose upon conviction of a felony.

Training Materials

Service Provider Training Powerpoint Presentation

Training materials designed to educate social service providers regarding the collateral consequences of criminal convictions. Available as a Powerpoint Presentation.

Collateral Civil Consequences of Criminal Convictions: Improving Outcomes for Defendants Powerpoint Presentation

Training materials designed to educate criminal defense attorneys regarding the collateral consequences of criminal convictions. Available as a Powerpoint Presentation.

General Legal Research Guides

Legal Outline of Authorities and Decisions Related to Criminal Records and Employment

A legal outline of the major laws and cases regulating criminal background checks.

Supplement to Legal Outline of Authorities & Decisions Related to Criminal Records and Employment

Internal Exile: Collateral Consequences of Conviction in Federal Laws and Regulations

Comprehensive resource on federal restrictions.

Michigan Department of Corrections Policy Directives

Information on policies affecting prisoners in Michigan state prisons.


Other pages in this section: Manuals & Overviews - Collateral Consequences in Michigan - Collateral Consequences in Other States - Legal Outlines & Training Materials - Policy Materials

Section overview: Overviews of Reentry and Collateral Consequences


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