SB 1754: Traffic Offenses
GENERAL BILL by Evers
Traffic Offenses; Providing criminal penalties for a person who commits a moving violation that causes serious bodily injury to, or causes or contributes to the death of, a pedestrian or a person operating or riding in a motor vehicle or operating or riding on a motorcycle or bicycle; requiring that the person pay a specified fine, serve a minimum period of incarceration, and attend a driver improvement course; requiring that the court revoke the person’s driver license for a minimum specified period; providing that the act does not prohibit the person from being charged with, convicted of, or punished for any other violation of law, etc.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 Senate - Died in Criminal Justice
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Transportation (TR)
- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Budget (BC)
• Referred to Transportation; Criminal Justice; Budget -SJ 231
• Introduced -SJ 231
• On Committee agenda-- Transportation, 01/26/12, 1:30 pm, 37 Senate Office Building
• Favorable by Transportation; YEAS 7 NAYS 0 -SJ 300
• Now in Criminal Justice -SJ 300
• Died in Criminal Justice
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