HB 433: Sentencing
GENERAL BILL by Moskowitz
Sentencing; Prohibits sentencing court from crediting defendant for length of time he or she is determined to have malingered or feigned an illness.
Last Action: 5/5/2017 House - Died in Criminal Justice Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
Date Chamber Action 1/24/2017 House • Filed
2/6/2017 House • Referred to Criminal Justice Subcommittee; Justice Appropriations Subcommittee; Judiciary Committee -HJ 60
3/7/2017 House • Introduced -HJ 60
5/5/2017 House • Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Criminal Justice Subcommittee
HB 433, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 1/24/2017 at 9:16 AM
Bill Text: Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills S 462 Sentencing Book Identical Last Action: 5/5/2017 S Died in Criminal Justice
Citations - Statutes (5)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 775.082 Penalties; applicability of sentencing structures; mandatory minimum sentences for certain reoffenders previously released from prison. Page 1 (pdf) 907.041 Pretrial detention and release. Page 2 (pdf) 921.161 Sentence not to run until imposed; credit for county jail time after sentence; certificate of custodian of jail. Page 2 (pdf) 947.146 Control Release Authority. Page 3 (pdf) 947.16 Eligibility for parole; initial parole interviews; powers and duties of commission. Page 4 (pdf)
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