File Code: Criminal Law - Procedure
Crossfiled with: SENATE BILL 193
- Sponsored By:
Delegates Anderson, Conaway, Dumais, Gutierrez, Montgomery, Ramirez,
Rosenberg, Shank, Simmons, Smigiel, Valderrama, and Vallario
Criminal Procedure - Custodial Interrogation - Electronic Recordation
Establishing that, in a prosecution for a crime of violence,
statements of a defendant made during a custodial interrogation are
presumed involuntary unless an electronic recording is made of the
interrogation; establishing that, if a court finds by a preponderance
of evidence that a defendant was subjected to a custodial
interrogation in violation of the Act, a statement made by the
defendant following the interrogation is presumed involuntary; etc.
- First Reading Judiciary
- Hearing 1/31 at 2:00 p.m.
- No Action
- Delegate Curt Anderson, District 43
- Delegate Frank M. Conaway, Jr., District 40
- Delegate Kathleen M. Dumais, District 15
- Delegate Ana Sol Gutierrez, District 18
- Delegate Karen S. Montgomery, District 14
- Delegate Victor R. Ramirez, District 47
- Delegate Samuel I. Rosenberg, District 41
- Delegate Christopher B. Shank, District 2B
- Delegate Luiz R. S. Simmons, District 17
- Delegate Michael D. Smigiel, Sr., District 36
- Delegate Kriselda Valderrama, District 26
- Delegate Joseph F. Vallario, Jr., District 27A
Bill indexed under the following Subjects:
- Courts -see also- Circuit; Appeals; District; Orphans'; etc.
- Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties; Sentences; etc.
- Investigations and Inquiries -see also- Crim Bckgrnd Invest.
- Law Enforcement -see also- State Police, Department of
- Local Government Mandates
- Recordings -see also- Video
Bill affects the following Statutes:
- Criminal Procedure
- Bill Text (Displayed in PDF Format):
Third Reading, Enrolled
- Fiscal and Policy Note (Displayed in PDF Format):