HB 1471: Gay and Transgender Panic Legal Defenses
GENERAL BILL by Smith, C. ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Chambliss
Gay and Transgender Panic Legal Defenses; Prohibits individuals from using nonviolent sexual advance or specified perceptions or beliefs about another individual as defense to criminal offense, to excuse or justify conduct of individual who commits criminal offense, or to mitigate severity of criminal offense.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 House - Died in Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
Date Chamber Action 2/26/2021 House • Filed
3/2/2021 House • 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
3/5/2021 House • Referred to Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
• Referred to Judiciary Committee
• Now in Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
4/30/2021 House • Died in Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
HB 1471, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/26/2021 at 5:51 PM
Bill Text: Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills S 718 (c1) Gay and Transgender Panic Legal Defenses Book Similar Last Action: 4/30/2021 S Died in Judiciary
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