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Senate Bill 0349

Senate Bill 0349

ARCHIVE (2000)

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Methamphetamine and neighborhood impact. Makes the criminal penalties for offenses relating to cocaine equivalent to the penalties for offenses relating to methamphetamine. Makes conforming changes to other statutes relating to cocaine and narcotic drug offenses to incorporate offenses relating to methamphetamine, including: (1) specifying that a juvenile court does not have jurisdiction over a person for allegedly dealing in methamphetamine; (2) providing that if a person commits possessing or dealing in methamphetamine, certain occupational and professional licenses and certifications held by the person may be revoked or suspended; and (3) providing that certain property used by the person to commit the offense may be seized. Allows a court to consider a neighborhood impact statement when sentencing a person for a controlled substance offense. Describes the components of a neighborhood impact statement.
    Current Status:
    In Committee - first House
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