(h) Any other information considered relevant by the court.
(12) The court may grant a petition properly filed by an individual under subsection (1) : (a) Ten or more years have elapsed since the date of his or her conviction for the listed offense or from his or her release from any period of confinement for that offense, whichever occurred last.
(b) The victim’s age and level of maturity at the time of the offense. (f) The individual’s likelihood to commit further listed offenses.
(g) Any impact statement submitted by the victim under the William Van Regenmorter crime victim’s rights act, 1985 PA 87, MCL 780.751 to 780.834, or under this section.
On campus and off, Clementi's death sparked both outrage and sympathy.
More than 100 people attended a campus rally last night, with some lying on the ground and chanting, 'If my dorm's not safe, Rutgers isn't safe'.
The prosecuting attorney may appear and participate in all proceedings regarding the petition and may seek appellate review of any decision on the petition.
(8) If the name of the victim of the offense is known by the prosecuting attorney, the prosecuting attorney shall provide the victim with written notice that a petition has been filed and shall provide the victim with a copy of the petition.
(10) The victim has the right to attend all proceedings under this section and to make a written or oral statement to the court before any decision regarding the petition is made.
The notice shall be sent by first-class mail to the victim’s last known address.
The petition shall include a statement of the victim’s rights under subsection (10).
(b) A statement identifying the offense for which discontinuation from registration is being requested.
(c) A statement of whether the individual was previously convicted of a listed offense for which registration is required under this act.
Police said last night that a body had been pulled from waters near the bridge, but it had not been positively identified.