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House 0521: Relating to Vehicular Homicide ------------------------------------------------------------------

H521     GENERAL BILL by Henriquez  (Similar CS/S 1324)
Vehicular Homicide; provides that operating motor vehicle without having
slept within preceding 24 hours creates rebuttable presumption that
person is operating vehicle in reckless manner for purposes of
vehicular-homicide provisions. Amends 782.071. EFFECTIVE DATE:
07/01/2004.
01/20/04 HOUSE Prefiled
01/27/04 HOUSE Referred to Criminal Justice (PS); Public Safety & Crime
                  Prevention
03/02/04 HOUSE Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice (PS); Public Safety
                  & Crime Prevention -HJ 00047
03/30/04 HOUSE On Subcommittee agenda-- Criminal Justice (PS), 04/01/04,
                  8:00 am, Morris Hall
04/01/04 HOUSE Recommendation: Favorable by Criminal Justice (PS); YEAS 6
                  NAYS 0; Now in Public Safety & Crime Prevention
04/30/04 HOUSE Died in Committee on Public Safety & Crime Prevention


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
H 0521 01/20/2004 Web Page | PDF

Amendments
NO AMENDMENTS AVAILABLE
Bill Analyses
Analysis: Sponsor Format:
h 0521 Public Safety & Crime Prevention PDF
h 0521a Public Safety & Crime Prevention PDF


Vote History
NO VOTE HISTORY AVAILABLE

Citations - Statute


0782.071


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR HOUSE BILL 0521.


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