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    HB 5116 & 5020 of 2019 - Procedure for Setting Aside Non-Violent Firearms Related Felonies & Eligibility for CPL

    HB 5116 of 2019
    Criminal procedure; expunction; eligibility for concealed pistol license after setting aside certain convictions; clarify. Amends 1927 PA 372 (MCL 28.421 - 28.435) by adding sec. 2c. TIE BAR WITH: HB 5020'19
    Last Action: 10/17/2019 bill electronically reproduced 10/17/2019

    HB 5020 of 2019
    TIE BAR WITH above bill
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    Per HB 5020:

    As used in this act, "nonviolent firearm-related felony" means a violation of the laws of this state that is either punishable by imprisonment for more than 1 year, or that is expressly designated as a felony, and that involves the possession of a firearm by the defendant but that does not involve the use of a firearm by the defendant in a violent manner.
    This sounds like a perfect fit for Shyster's client that he spoke of at the Second Amendment March. He became a felon because his CPL was expired. No victim, no violence.

    HB 5116 says, in a bit of a convoluted way, that an individual that has their non-violent firearms related felony set-aside IS eligible for a CPL.
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