SB 1516: Criminal Sentencing
GENERAL BILL by Bracy
Criminal Sentencing; Increasing the number of sentence points below which the court is required to impose a nonstate prison sanction under certain circumstances; providing that a sentencing judge’s decision regarding sentencing is guided by the computed recommended sentencing range, from the lowest permissible sentence to the highest recommended prison sentence; increasing the minimum number of sentence points for a state prison sanction, etc.
- Judiciary (JU)
- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Appropriations (AP)
SB 1516, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/28/2019 at 1:12 PM
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Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 1231 Criminal Sentencing Hogan Johnson Similar Last Action: 5/3/2019 H Died in Criminal Justice Subcommittee
Citations - Statutes (3)
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) 921.002 The Criminal Punishment Code. Page 2 (pdf) 921.0024 Criminal Punishment Code; worksheet computations; scoresheets. Page 3 (pdf)
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