Consecutive Sentence Definition
A consecutive sentence is a sentence of incarceration requiring a defendant to serve one term of imprisonment before another. Michigan law requires a judge to state in a Judgment of Sentence whether a period of incarceration is to run concurrent or consecutive to any other sentence the defendant is or will be serving.
- Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences
- Felony Sentences: Probation And Concurrent Sentence Vs. Consecutive Sentence
- Concurrent and Consecutive Sentences, and Double Punishment
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