SB 116: Pretrial Release
GENERAL BILL by Fasano
Pretrial Release; requires that defendant charged with offense involving controlled substances prove legitimacy of any funds intended to be used to obtain release of defendant; requires court to revoke defendant's existing pretrial release & return defendant to custody on pending charge following defendant's arrest for subsequent felony offense involving said substances, etc. Amends 903.047,.0471; creates 903.081.
Last Action: 1/19/2006 Senate - Withdrawn from Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Justice Appropriations; Withdrawn prior to introduction
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
SB 116, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 11/21/2005 at 12:18 PM
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Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location S 182 Controlled Substances Saunders Compare Last Action: 4/28/2006 S Withdrawn from Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Governmental Oversight and Productivity; Ways and Means; Withdrawn from further consideration -SJ 00696
Citations - Statutes (3)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 903.047 Conditions of pretrial release. 903.0471 Violation of condition of pretrial release. 903.081
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