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MCL 333.7411 Definition

Known as 7411. This law applies to first-time offenders charged with “possession” or “use” of a controlled substance, including analogues, cocaine, LSD, heroin, methamphetamine, marijuana, or ecstasy. This law can only be used once in a person’s lifetime and cannot be used if the person is charged with delivery, intent to deliver, or manufacturing. If a defendant is given 7411 status, he or she will be placed on a period of probation. If the defendant successfully completes the term of probation, the defendant will not have the conviction on their record.

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