File Code: Criminal Law - Substantive Crimes
Crossfiled with: HOUSE BILL 577
- Sponsored By:
Senators Stone and Giannetti (Committee to Revise Article 27 -
Crimes and Punishments)
Criminal Law - Involuntary Manslaughter and Voluntary Manslaughter -
Requiring the judge in a case tried before a jury, if there is
specified evidence in a case involving a charge of manslaughter and
the jury makes a specified finding but does not specify the offense of
involuntary manslaughter or voluntary manslaughter, to enter a
specified verdict; requiring the judge in a case tried before a judge,
if there is specified evidence in a case involving a charge of
manslaughter, to specify whether the defendant is guilty of
involuntary manslaughter or voluntary manslaughter; etc.
- First Reading Judicial Proceedings
- Hearing 3/3 at 1:00 p.m.
- Unfavorable Report by Judicial Proceedings
- No Action
- Sponsored by:
- Senator Norman R. Stone, Jr., District 6
- Senator John A. Giannetti, Jr., District 21
- Comm. to Revise Article 27
- Bill indexed under the following Subjects:
- COURTS -see also- CIRCUIT; APPEALS; DISTRICT; ORPHANS'; etc.
- CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS -see also- PENALTIES; SENTENCES; etc.
- JURIES -see also- GRAND JURIES
- Bill affects the following Statute:
- Criminal Law
- Bill Text:
First Reading (PDF),
Third Reading, Enrolled
- Fiscal Note: