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2022 Regular Session
SB4   by Senator Jay Morris      

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE:  Constitutional amendment to eliminate judge's discretion to grant bail for certain offenses after conviction but prior to sentencing. (2/3 - CA13s1(A))

Current Status:  Pending House Administration of Criminal Justice  -  Considered 5/24/22


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05/19H6  Read by title, under the rules, referred to the Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice.
05/18H1  Received in the House from the Senate, read by title, lies over under the rules.
05/17S20  Senate floor amendments read and adopted. Read by title and passed by a vote of 27 yeas and 11 nays; ordered reengrossed and sent to the House. Motion to reconsider tabled.
05/17S20  Rules suspended. Called from the Calendar.
05/17S19  Read by title and returned to the Calendar, subject to call.
05/17S19  Called from the Calendar.
05/16S10  Reconsidered. Read by title; returned to the Calendar, subject to call.
05/12S34  Notice of reconsideration on the next legislative day.
05/12S34  Senate floor amendments read and adopted. Read by title; failed to pass by a vote of 24 yeas and 12 nays.
05/12S34  Rules suspended. Called from the Calendar.
04/19S13  Read by title and returned to the Calendar, subject to call.
04/13S9  Read by title. Committee amendments read and adopted. Ordered engrossed and passed to third reading and final passage.
04/12S7  Reported with amendments.
03/14S2  Introduced in the Senate; read by title. Rules suspended. Read second time and referred to the Committee on Judiciary C.
01/26S  Prefiled and under the rules provisionally referred to the Committee on Judiciary C.




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