File Code: Transportation - Highways
Crossfiled with: SENATE BILL 971
- Sponsored By:
Delegates Eckardt, Anderson, Dumais, Frank, Haddaway, Krebs, McComas,
Norman, Schuh, Serafini, Shank, Shewell, Sossi, and Walkup
Criminal Law - Manslaughter by Vehicle or Vessel - Fatigued Driving
Establishing that a person who causes the death of another by driving,
operating, or controlling a vehicle or vessel while knowingly fatigued
is guilty of driving, operating, or controlling a vehicle or vessel in
a grossly negligent manner and the felony of manslaughter by vehicle
or vessel; establishing penalties for a violation of the Act;
providing for the construction of the Act; etc.
Legislative date is used to record
history occurring in the Chambers
otherwise Calendar date is used.
- First Reading Judiciary
- Hearing 2/18 at 1:00 p.m.
- Unfavorable Report by Judiciary
- No Action
- Delegate Adelaide C. Eckardt, District 37B
- Delegate Curt Anderson, District 43
- Delegate Kathleen M. Dumais, District 15
- Delegate William J. Frank, District 42
- Delegate Jeannie Haddaway, District 37B
- Delegate Susan W. Krebs, District 9B
- Delegate Susan K. McComas, District 35B
- Delegate H. Wayne Norman, District 35A
- Delegate Steven R. Schuh, District 31
- Delegate Andrew A. Serafini, District 2A
- Delegate Christopher B. Shank, District 2B
- Delegate Tanya T. Shewell, District 5A
- Delegate Richard A. Sossi, District 36
- Delegate Mary Roe Walkup, District 36
Bill indexed under the following Subjects:
- Boats and Ships
- Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties; Sentences; etc.
- Death -see also- Advance Medical Directives; Wrongful Death.
- Motor Vehicles -see also- Aband Veh; Ambulances; Buses; etc.
- Negligence -see also- Medical Malpractice
Bill affects the following Statute:
- Criminal Law
- Bill Text (Displayed in PDF Format):
Third Reading, Enrolled
- Fiscal and Policy Note (Displayed in PDF Format):