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Senate 2522: Relating to Evidence of Crimes [SPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2522    GENERAL BILL by Joyner  (Identical H 1323)
Evidence of Crimes [SPSC]; Provides that governmental entities are
required to maintain physical evidence for potential DNA testing only
for serious crimes. Provides that only the portion of a piece of
evidence that is likely to contain biological evidence must be retained
and other portions of that piece of evidence may be disposed of when the
physical evidence is of such a size, bulk, or physical character as to
render retention impracticable, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
02/26/10 SENATE Filed
03/04/10 SENATE Referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Criminal and Civil
                  Justice Appropriations -SJ 00216
03/11/10 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00216
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Criminal Justice


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