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Senate 2712: Relating to Mentally Ill Defendants ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2712    GENERAL BILL by Crist
Mentally Ill Defendants; authorizes finding of guilty but mentally ill
for certain criminal defendants; provides burdens of proof; provides
conditions for acceptance of plea of guilty but mentally ill; permits
defendants to withdraw pleas of guilty but mentally ill if judge refuses
to accept such plea; provides that if such plea is withdrawn & right to
jury trial is waived, a different judge must preside at trial, etc.
Amends Chs. 916, 921; creates 775.028. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon becoming
law.
03/02/04 SENATE Filed
03/16/04 SENATE Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice; Children and
                  Families; Judiciary; Appropriations Subcommittee on Health
                  and Human Services; Appropriations -SJ 00312
04/30/04 SENATE Died in Committee on Criminal Justice


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
S 2712 03/04/2004 Web Page | PDF

Committee Amendments and Floor Amendments
NO AMENDMENTS AVAILABLE
Staff Analyses
NO STAFF ANALYSES AVAILABLE


Vote History - Floor
NO VOTE HISTORY AVAILABLE

Citations - Statute


0775.028
0916.105
0916.106
0916.107
0916.115
0916.155
0916.16
0921.0011
0921.09
0921.30


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR SENATE BILL 2712.


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