Within 7 days after sentencing, the court must date and sign a written judgment of sentence that includes:
(1) the title and file number of the case;
(2) the defendant’s name;
(3) the crime for which the defendant was convicted;
(4) the defendant’s plea;
(5) the name of the defendant’s attorney if one appeared;
(6) the jury’s verdict or the finding of guilt by the court;
(7) the term of the sentence;
(8) the place of detention;
(9) the conditions incident to the sentence; and
(10) whether the conviction is reportable to the Secretary of State pursuant to statute, and, if so, the defendant's Michigan driver’s license number.
If the defendant was found not guilty or for any other reason is entitled to be discharged, the court must enter judgment accordingly. The date a judgment is signed is its entry date.