SB 122: Self-defense
GENERAL BILL by Smith
Self-defense; (THIS BILL COMBINED IN CS/S130 & S122) Requiring the county sheriff or municipal police to issue reasonable guidelines for the operation of a neighborhood crime watch program; authorizing a person to use force, except deadly force in the defense of property; providing that a person who uses force is immune from civil action brought by the person or persons against whom the force is used; providing that a law enforcement agency’s right and duty to fully investigate the use of force upon which the claim of immunity is based is not restricted; directing the Department of Law Enforcement to collect, process, maintain, and disseminate information and data on all incidents concerning the alleged justifiable use of force in this state, etc.
- Judiciary (JU)
- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Judiciary; Criminal Justice; Rules -SJ 21
• On Committee agenda-- Judiciary, 10/08/13, 9:30 am, 110 Senate Office Building --Fav/CS Combined
• CS combines this bill with SB 130
• CS by Judiciary; YEAS 7 NAYS 2 -SJ 138
• Original bill laid on Table, refer to combined CS/CS/SB 130 (Died in Judiciary)
• Introduced -SJ 21
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