SB 664: Sentencing in Capital Felonies
GENERAL BILL by Altman
Sentencing in Capital Felonies; Requiring that an advisory sentence of death be made by a unanimous recommendation of the jury after a defendant’s conviction or adjudication of guilt for a capital felony or capital drug trafficking felony; requiring the court to instruct the jury that, in order for the jury to recommend to the court that the death penalty be imposed, the jury must find that sufficient aggravating circumstances exist which outweigh the mitigating circumstances found to exist, etc.
Last Action: 5/1/2015 Senate - Died in Judiciary
Location: In committee/council (JU)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Judiciary (JU)
- Appropriations (AP)
• Referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Appropriations -SJ 77
• Introduced -SJ 77
• On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 03/10/15, 10:00 am, 37 Senate Office Building --Not Considered
• On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 03/16/15, 2:00 pm, 37 Senate Office Building
• Favorable by Criminal Justice; YEAS 5 NAYS 0 -SJ 191
• Now in Judiciary -SJ 191
• On Committee agenda-- Judiciary, 04/15/15, 2:00 pm, 110 Senate Office Building --Not Considered
• Died in Judiciary
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