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2013 House Bill 4264: Allow consecutive sentences for financial exploitation crime

Public Act 34 of 2013

  1. Introduced by Rep. Tom Leonard (R) on February 14, 2013, to allow sentences imposed for committing certain “financial exploitation” crimes against a vulnerable or incapacitated adult to be served consecutively with sentences imposed for other violations of this statute. Consecutively means "back-to-back" sentences, as opposed to "concurrently," which means sentences are served at the same time.   Full Text and Analysis.
    • Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on February 14, 2013.
      • Reported in the House on March 14, 2013, without amendment and with the recommendation that the bill pass.
    1. Passed 102 to 8 in the House on March 21, 2013, to allow sentences imposed for committing certain “financial exploitation” crimes against a vulnerable or incapacitated adult to be served consecutively with sentences imposed for other violations of this statute. Consecutively means "back-to-back" sentences, as opposed to "concurrently," which means sentences are served at the same time.
      Who Voted "Yes" and Who Voted "No"
  2. Received in the Senate on April 9, 2013.
    • Referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on April 9, 2013.
      • Reported in the Senate on April 17, 2013, with the recommendation that the bill pass.
    1. Passed 37 to 0 in the Senate on May 7, 2013, to allow sentences imposed for committing certain “financial exploitation” crimes against a vulnerable or incapacitated adult to be served consecutively with sentences imposed for other violations of this statute. Consecutively means "back-to-back" sentences, as opposed to "concurrently," which means sentences are served at the same time.
      Who Voted "Yes" and Who Voted "No"
  3. Signed by Gov. Rick Snyder on May 21, 2013.

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