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A public hearing to consider the possible pardon of sentence for Usama Hamama
March 01, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Chris Gautz, Public Information Officer
The Michigan Parole Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 15, 2018 to consider the possible pardon of sentence for Usama Hamama. It will be held at 9:00 a.m. at the Constitution Hall, Lansing, Michigan.
Usama Hamama was sentenced to a term of 6 months - 4 years (sentence suspended) for the crime of Felony Assault with Dangerous Weapon, to a term of 2 years - 2 years for the crime of Felony Weapons - Felony Firearm, and to a term of 6 months - 5 years (sentenced suspended) for the crime of Weapons - Firearms Possession of Loaded Firearm In or Upon a Vehicle. He was sentenced on December 2, 1991 from Oakland County.
Michael C. Eagen, Chairperson of the Michigan Parole Board, will conduct the hearing under the provisions of MCLA 791.244 prior to any recommendation for executive clemency by the Parole Board.
This hearing is required by state law prior to consideration of any pardon by the Governor.