violent offenders

Schuette Crime Bill Clears Legislature, Heads to Governor’s Desk
Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced that his central crime legislation, Senate Bill 1109, also known as VO-4, was passed in the Michigan Senate. The VO-4 plan allows prosecutors to require a minimum 25-year sentence for certain repeat criminals who have committed four felonies while progres…
Schuette’s Violent Offender Bill Heads to House Floor
On Wednesday, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced that his central crime legislation, known as VO-4, passed from the Michigan House Judiciary Committee today. The VO-4 plan allows prosecutors to require a minimum 25-year sentence for certain repeat criminals who have committed four felonies wh…
Schuette Crime Bill Passes Senate, VO-4 Bill Heads to House
Attorney General Bill Schuette's crime legislation, known as VO-4, has passed through the Michigan Senate.
The VO-4 plan allows prosecutors to require a minimum 25-year sentence for repeat violent offenders who have amassed four felony convictions while progressing to more violent crimes...
AG Schuette Outlines Plan to Make Michigan Safer
Attorney General Bill Schuette addressed the Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday regarding his proposal to take repeat violent offenders off the streets with the VO-4 plan to create a minimum 25-year sentence for violent criminals who have committed four felonies...