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Thu November 7, 2013
The future of mental health courts in Michigan
The Michigan state House approved a package of bills that could lead to more mental health courts around the state. Now the omnibus bill is being sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
But how exactly do these courts work? Which defendants would be allowed to be a part of a mental health court — and which would not?
One champion of the mental health courts is Judge Milton Mack, the chief probate judge in Wayne County. He explains what’s driven him to take on this cause, and what sort of human toll he’s seen from the bench.
Listen to the full interview above.