Docket No. 56172, (Calendar No. 7).

398 Mich. 410 (1976)

247 N.W.2d 840


Supreme Court of Michigan.

Decided December 21, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General, Robert A. Derengoski, Solicitor General, James Noecker, Prosecuting Attorney, and Keith D. Roberts, Assistant Attorney General, for the people.

State Appellate Defender Office (by F. Michael Schuck, III) for defendant.

Amicus Curiae:

William L. Cahalan, Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney, and Stephen H. Boak and Raymond P. Walsh, Assistants Prosecuting Attorney.

Decided December 21, 1976. Rehearing denied 400 Mich. 951.


Leave to appeal was granted in this case to determine what procedures are required when an individual is sentenced as a habitual offender. Because the procedures followed in this case were proper, we affirm defendant's sentence.

On October 20, 1971, defendant was arrested at the scene of a breaking and entering. During the incident he seriously wounded a state policeman. He was...

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