File Code: Criminal Law - Procedure
Prior Year Introduction As: SB 200/07
Crossfiled with: HOUSE BILL 1323
- Sponsored By:
Senators Stone, Forehand, Haines, Jacobs, Miller, and Muse
Criminal Injuries Compensation - Claims by Victims
Requiring the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board to reduce the
amount of an award or deny a claim if the Board finds that the victim
contributed to the victim's own injury under specified circumstances;
modifying the applicable definition of "crime" to include specified
offenses relating to the operation of a vehicle or vessel; modifying
the applicable definition of "victim" to include a person who is a
victim of trafficking or who was otherwise forced to participate in a
crime or delinquent act; etc.
Legislative date is used to record
history occuring in the Chambers
otherwise Calendar date is used.
- First Reading Judicial Proceedings
- Hearing 2/26 at 1:00 p.m.
- No Action
- Senator Norman R. Stone, Jr., District 6
- Senator Jennie M. Forehand, District 17
- Senator Larry E. Haines, District 5
- Senator Nancy Jacobs, District 34
- Senator Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., District 27
- Senator C. Anthony Muse, District 26
Bill indexed under the following Subjects:
- Boats and Ships
- Committees and Commissions -see also- Political Committees
- Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties; Sentences; etc.
- Criminal Injuries Compensation
- Drunk and Drugged Driving
- Homicide -see also- Manslaughter; Murder
- Motor Vehicles -see also- Aband Veh; Ambulances; Buses; etc.
- Victims -see also- Criminal Injuries Compensation
Bill affects the following Statutes:
- Criminal Procedure
- Bill Text (Displayed in PDF Format):
Third Reading, Enrolled
- Fiscal and Policy Note (Displayed in PDF Format):