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Senate 2492: Relating to Criminal Use of Personal I.D. ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2492    GENERAL BILL by Alexander  (Similar 1ST ENG/H 0741)
Criminal Use of Personal I.D.; defines term "counterfeit or fictitious
personal I.D. information"; provides that it is third-degree felony for
person to fraudulently possess personal I.D. information of deceased
person; provides that person who fraudulently uses personal
identification information of deceased person commits second-degree
felony; provides criminal penalties, etc. Amends 817.568, 921.0022.
EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2004.
03/02/04 SENATE Filed
03/10/04 SENATE Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary;
                  Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal Justice;
                  Appropriations -SJ 00235
03/26/04 SENATE On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 03/31/04, 2:00 pm,
                  37-S -SJ 00437
03/31/04 SENATE Favorable by Criminal Justice; YEAS 7 NAYS 0 -SJ 00489
04/01/04 SENATE Now in Judiciary -SJ 00489
04/30/04 SENATE Died in Committee on Judiciary


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
S 2492 03/02/2004 Web Page | PDF

Committee Amendments and Floor Amendments
NO AMENDMENTS AVAILABLE
Staff Analyses
Analysis: Committee: Format:
s 2492 Criminal Justice PDF

Vote History - Committee
Chamber: Committee: Format:
Senate Criminal Justice Web Page

Vote History - Floor
NO VOTE HISTORY AVAILABLE

Citations - Statute


0817.568
0921.0022


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR SENATE BILL 2492.


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