Recording of Interrogations in Michigan

Michigan requires that law enforcement officials make a “time-stamped, audiovisual recording” of any interrogation of an individual in custodial detention relating to involvement in the commission of a major felony. The recording is to include the law enforcement official’s notification to the individual of the individual’s Miranda rights. Effective: 2012; Amended most recently: 2013.

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