#1
In my ethics class we're doing a mock murder trial, and I'm a prosecuting attorney. One of the details is that the kid on trial has an extensive criminal record, but it's sealed as of now. The teacher hinted that Michigan has a law that allows sealed records to be open in serious trials, but I have been unlucky thus far in tracking said law down. Could anyone help me?

EDIT: Just to clarify: I am not from Michigan. The fake trial is set in Michigan, but I am actually from Massachusetts. The two are linked, of course, by Mitt(ler) Romney.
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Last edited by VoodooChild15 at Feb 4, 2008,
#2
Call a lawyer ?
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#3
I tried looking through your state gov't. website. I didn't exactly find what you needed, but then again, you could look through there and see something that I didn't.
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