(a) A probation officer shall, unless waived by the defendant, make a presentence investi-gation in all felony cases and report to the court before any authorized disposition under 46.1901 through 46.1905. In all other cases before the court, the probation officer shall, if directed by the court, make a presentence investigation and report to the court before any authorized disposition under 46.1901 through 46.1905. The report shall not be submitted to the court or its contents disclosed to anyone until the defendant has pleaded guilty or been found guilty.
(b) The presentence investigation report shall be prepared, presented, and utilized as may be provided by rule of court except that no court shall prevent the defendant or the attorney for the defendant from having access to the complete presentence investigation report and recommendations before any authorized disposition under 46.1901 through 46.1905.
(c) The defendant is not obligated to make any statement to a probation officer in connection with any presentence investigation.History: 1979, PL 16-43 § 2.
Research Guide: MCC 557.026.