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Senate 2588: Relating to Juvenile Proceedings/Use of Restraints/Isolation [SPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2588    GENERAL BILL by Siplin  (Compare S 0242, S 1550, S 1714)
Juvenile Proceedings/Use of Restraints/Isolation [SPSC]; Requires the
DJJ to adopt rules governing the procedures that may be used to restrain
a child upon his or her arrival at the courthouse. Prohibits the use of
instruments of restraint on a child after the child arrives at the
courthouse except in specified circumstances. Prohibits subjecting a
child to extended periods of isolation. Conforms a cross-reference.
EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
02/26/10 SENATE Filed
03/09/10 SENATE Referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Criminal and Civil
                  Justice Appropriations -SJ 00221
03/11/10 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00221
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Criminal Justice


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0985.35
0985.483


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