Governor signs Rep. Lucido's bills reforming civil asset forfeiture into law

Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday, October 20th, signed into law new reforms that will make it harder for law enforcement authorities to retain cars, boats and cash seized as part of criminal investigations that do not result in criminal charges.

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I have finalized the dates and times for Coffee, Cookies, and Conversation with Pete throughout the 36th District. Please reference and share the attached graphic and this post to your family, friends, and neighbors in the 36th District. Thanks.

Monday - October 12 - 9-10:30 AM
Shelby Township Senior Center

Monday - October 26 - 9-10:30 AM
Romeo Senior Center

Monday, November 16 - 9-10:30 AM
Shelby Township Senior Center

Monday - November 30 - 9-10:30 AM
Washington Township Senior Center

No appointment is necessary. Residents who are unable to meet during my scheduled office hours may contact my Lansing office by calling (888) MICH-REP or by emailing me at PeterLucido@house.mi.gov .


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Topics discussed with time frames:
* Coffee, Cookies, and Conversation in Washington Township, Romeo and Shelby Township (0.00 - 7:00)
* Legislators expelled and resigned (7:00-9:00)
* Auto Insurance, uninsured drivers (10:15-18:15)
* Roads and the insurance industry fund (19:50-25:00)
* Part time legislators v full time legislators (25:00-28:30)



I will be hosting two town hall meetings in November that will focus on identity theft. These town halls are geared for families and seniors and will feature special guests including law enforcement and government officials specially trained on this very important issue.

Tuesday, Nov. 17
7-9 p.m.
Washington Township Hall
57900 Van Dyke in Washington

Wednesday, Nov. 18
7-9 p.m.
Shelby Township Hall
52700 Van Dyke in Shelby Township


10/21/15 MLive Snyder signs Michigan civil assett foreiture laws requiring more transparency, evidence
10/21/15 Free Presss Snyder signs forfeiture reform laws
10/20/15 Detroit News Update young offender sentencing
10/14/15 Mackinac Center Foreiture: What Next?
10/11/15 Lansing State Journal Major reforms afoot for juvenile offenders

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Hello and welcome, my name is Peter J. Lucido. Thank you for visiting my website dedicated to the residents of the Townships of Shelby, Washington, Bruce, and the Village of Romeo. As your State Representative, I look forward to humbly serve the residents of the 36th District in Lansing.

I serve on the following committees in Lansing:

  • Judiciary - Vice Chair
  • Energy Policy
  • Financial Services
  • Criminal Justice.

I have spent some time studying other legislator's websites and have compiled a list of what I believe will be useful tools and information. I will continually add valuable content such as newsletters, publications, announcements, and useful links to this website.

This website will include information that relates to Lansing, Macomb County, and the 36th District. I have also included resource links that focus on families which includes our senior citizens and veterans. In addition, there are several contact forms that will make it easier to communicate directly with me.

Thank you again for visiting my website and I look forward to humbly and proudly serving you as your State Representative.


Peter J. Lucido

"Putting Families First for the 36th District, Macomb County, and the State of Michigan."

Please support Peter Lucido as he fights for the 36th District, Macomb County, and the State of Michigan. Thank you.


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