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FLS1334IntroProhibiting the arrest, charge, prosecution, or penalization under specified provisions of a person acting in good faith who seeks medical assistance for an individual experiencing, or believed to be experiencing, an alcohol-related overdose; authori...
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2019-03-21
CS by Criminal Justice read 1st time
FLS1186IntroRequiring that judgments of guilty or not guilty of a felony be in a written record, rather than in writing, or an electronic record with the judge's electronic signature, recorded by the clerk of the circuit court; requiring that for an electronic r...
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2019-03-20
[Hearing: Mar 25 @ 1:30 pm]
To Senate Criminal Justice Committee
FLS1714IntroProviding that possession of a personal use quantity of cannabis or a cannabis accessory by an adult is a civil violation; providing for fines or community service; providing that such possession by a minor is a civil violation; prohibiting state or ...
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2019-03-13
To Senate Judiciary Committee
FLH1289IntroProvides that possession of personal use quantity of cannabis or cannabis accessory by adult or minor is civil violation; provides for fines or community service; requires minor violators to perform community service, attend drug awareness program, o...
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2019-03-08
To House Criminal Justice Subcommittee
FLS0346IntroDefining the terms "conditional medical release"; expanding eligibility for conditional medical release to include inmates with debilitating illnesses; defining the term "inmate with a debilitating illness"; redefining the term "terminally ill inmate...
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2019-03-07
To Senate Appropriations Committee
FLH0607IntroExpands eligibility for conditional medical release to include inmates with debilitating illnesses.
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2019-03-05
To House Criminal Justice Subcommittee
FLS1446IntroRequiring a defendant who is sentenced for a primary offense of possession of a controlled substance committed on or after a specified date to be sentenced to a nonstate prison sanction under certain circumstances unless the court makes specified wri...
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2019-03-05
To Senate Criminal Justice Committee
FLH1133IntroRequires certain defendants sentenced for primary offense of possession of controlled substance to be sentenced to nonstate prison sanction; authorizes defendant to move sentencing court to depart from mandatory minimum term of imprisonment or mandat...
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2019-03-05
To House Criminal Justice Subcommittee
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