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A public hearing to consider the possible pardon of sentence for Kareem Davis

The Michigan Parole Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, June 27, 2024, at 1:00 p.m., to consider the possible pardon of sentence for Kareem Davis. The hearing will be conducted via video through Microsoft Teams.

Those planning to access the hearing must complete the online registration form no later than June 25, 2024.  Instructions for accessing the public hearing can be found here

Kareem Davis was sentenced to a term of 3 years probation, $395 F/C/R (Fines/Costs/Restitution) for the crime of Assault with Intent to do Great Bodily Harm; to two terms of 12 months probation, $600 F/C/R (Fines/Costs/Restitution) for the crimes of Police Officer Assault/Injury and Operating While Intoxicated; to a term of 6 months jail, $1,880 F/C/R (Fines/Costs/Restitution) for the crime of Possession of Ecstasy; and to three terms of 2 years probation, $400 F/C/R (Fines/Costs/Restitution) for the crimes of Possession of Less than 25 Grams of Cocaine, Fleeing Police Officer-4th Degree and Open Intoxicant. Kareem Davis was sentenced on April 12, 1996, December 19, 2005, February 5, 2007, and July 31, 2008, out of Wayne County. 

Anthony E. O. King, Member 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.  

When logging into the hearing, your video camera must be turned off and audio muted to eliminate distraction during the hearing.

Please be advised that recordings, photography, or screenshots of the proceeding are prohibited.

If you are a member of the news media and have questions about the hearing, please contact Kyle Kaminski, Acting Public Information Officer at 517-242-1233.