CS/HB 1029: Motor Vehicle Crashes
GENERAL BILL by Public Safety and Domestic Security Policy Committee ; Troutman ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Ambler ; Gaetz ; Van Zant
Motor Vehicle Crashes; Requires driver of vehicle involved in crash that results in serious bodily injury to stop & remain at scene until he or she has fulfilled specified requirements; directs court to order restitution; revises mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for person who was driving under influence & fails to stop & fulfill such requirements at scene of crash that results in death of any person, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 House - Died in Committee on Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations (CGHC)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP); Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations (CGHC); Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council
• Introduced, referred to Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP); Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations (CGHC); Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council -HJ 00092
• On Committee agenda-- Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP), 03/22/10, 3:15 pm, 404-H
• CS by Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP); YEAS 9 NAYS 0 -HJ 00380
• CS read 1st time on 03/23/10 -HJ 00374; Pending review of CS under Rule 7.20
• Now in Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations (CGHC) -HJ 00395
• Died in Committee on Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations (CGHC)
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