Lucido's Landmark and Signature Legislation and Accomplishme

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CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE - SB2

CYBER BULLYING - HB 5017, 5018

CYBER BULLYING - HB 5017, 5018

  • Overview:  An individual must be convicted of or plead guilty to a crime before law enforcement could take ownership of personal property through the civil asset forfeiture process.   Seized personal property would be returned if a person is not convicted of a crime. 
  • Press Link: Press Release


  • Senate Bill 02
  • Summary:  Criminal procedure; forfeiture; asset forfeiture; require a criminal conviction before proceeding. 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 7 of 2019
  • Link:  Senate Bill 02

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CYBER BULLYING - HB 5017, 5018

CYBER BULLYING - HB 5017, 5018

CYBER BULLYING - HB 5017, 5018

  • Overview: Cyber bullying is now  clearly defined and is considered a crime in Michigan.  Those accused of cyber bullying can be charged with misdemeanors or felonies depending on the severity of the cyber bullying.
  • News Report: Channel 7


  • HB 5017 of 2017 -  Crimes; other; cyber bullying; prohibit, and provide penalties. 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 457 of 2018
  • Link: House Bill 5017


  • HB 5018 of 2017 -   Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of cyberbullying 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 528 of 2018
  • Link: House Bill 5018

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CHILD ABUSE - SB 29 and 30

CYBER BULLYING - HB 5017, 5018

RAISE THE AGE - SB 90, 100, AND 101

  • Overview: Stricter punishments for repeat child abusers becomes law. 
  • Link: Press Release


  • Summary:  SB 29 -   Crimes; penalties; penalties for third degree and fourth degree child abuse 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 49 of 2020
  • Link: Senate Bill 29


  • Summary:  SB 30 -    Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crimes of third degree and fourth degree child abuse 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 50 of 2020
  • Link: Senate Bill 30

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RAISE THE AGE - SB 90, 100, AND 101

MANDATORY REPORTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - SB 464 AND 465

RAISE THE AGE - SB 90, 100, AND 101

  • Overview:  17-year-olds will  no longer be automatically treated as adults in Michigan's criminal justice system.
  • News Link: NPR Article


  • Senate Bill 90:
  • Summary:  Juveniles; criminal procedure; age of juvenile court jurisdiction and location of juvenile detention in some instances; modify. 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 109 of 2019
  • Link: Senate Bill 90


  • Senate Bill 100
  • Summary:  
    Juveniles; criminal procedure; age of offender for specified juvenile violation 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 113 of 2019
  • Link: Senate Bill 100


  • Senate Bill 101
  • Summary:  Juveniles; juvenile justice services; county juvenile justice services reimbursements 
  • Law: Signed into law as Public Act 114 of 2019
  • Link: Senate Bill 101

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MANDATORY REPORTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - SB 464 AND 465

MANDATORY REPORTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - SB 464 AND 465

MANDATORY REPORTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - SB 464 AND 465

  •  Overview: Protecting our seniors and vulnerables from losing their financial security.


  • SB 464   
  • Summary: Financial institutions; generally; financial exploitation prevention act; create. Creates new act. 
  • Link: Senate Bill 464


  • SB 465  
  • Summary: Human services; county services; restriction on adult protective services from informing financial institutions of investigatory status following financial institution's elder abuse report; eliminate. 
  • Link: Senate Bill 465

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mACOMB COUNTY'S hARD wORKING lEGISLATOR

MANDATORY REPORTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - SB 464 AND 465

MANDATORY REPORTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - SB 464 AND 465