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House 0705: Relating to Use of Hoax Firearms ------------------------------------------------------------------

H705     GENERAL BILL by Snyder; (CO-SPONSORS) Precourt  (Identical S 1560)
Use of Hoax Firearms; Defines term "hoax firearm"; provides increased
penalties for robbery, carjacking, & home-invasion robbery when hoax
firearm is carried in course of committing offense. EFFECTIVE DATE:
10/01/2008.
01/22/08 HOUSE Filed
01/27/08 HOUSE Referred to Safety & Security Council; Policy & Budget
                  Council
02/21/08 HOUSE Referred to Homeland Security & Public Safety (SS) by Safety
                  & Security Council
03/04/08 HOUSE Introduced, referred to Safety & Security Council; Policy &
                  Budget Council -HJ 00058; Referred to Homeland Security &
                  Public Safety (SS) by Safety & Security Council -HJ 00134
05/02/08 HOUSE Died in Committee on Homeland Security & Public Safety (SS)


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H 0705 01/22/2008 Web Page | PDF

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Citations - Statute


0812.129
0812.13
0812.133
0812.135
0921.0022
0948.062


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR HOUSE BILL 0705.


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