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House 1323: Relating to Evidence of Crimes ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1323    GENERAL BILL by Randolph  (Identical S 2522)
Evidence of Crimes; Designates act "The Enhancing Crime-Solving
Potential and Reliability of the Criminal Justice System Act"; provides
that governmental entities only required to maintain evidence for
potential DNA testing for specified serious crimes; provides that only
portion of piece of evidence that is likely to contain biological
evidence must be retained & other portions may be disposed of when
retention is impracticable, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
02/25/10 HOUSE Filed
03/02/10 HOUSE Introduced -HJ 00120
03/03/10 HOUSE Referred to Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP);
                  Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations (CGHC); Criminal &
                  Civil Justice Policy Council -HJ 00206
04/30/10 HOUSE Died in Committee on Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy
                  (CCJP)


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H 1323 02/25/2010 Web Page | PDF

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