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House Bill 1525


House Bill 1525

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF HB 1525 (Updated April 26, 2003 11:42 AM - DI 106)


Criminal law matters. Provides that unless ordered by the court, a prosecutor may not disclose information identifying a crime victim during discovery and other proceedings. Provides that the court may impose reasonable restrictions on disclosures of crime victim identifying information. Makes the offense of resisting law enforcement a Class D felony instead of a Class A misdemeanor if, while committing the offense, a person draws or uses a deadly weapon or inflicts bodily injury on another person. Makes the offense a Class C felony if: (1) a person uses a vehicle to flee from a law enforcement officer; or (2) while committing the offense, a person operates a vehicle in a manner that creates a substantial risk of bodily injury to another person or causes serious bodily injury to another person. Provides a defense to the offense of trafficking with an inmate. Provides that certain penal facility employees are entitled to a review of an adverse employment determination based upon trafficking with an inmate. Makes contributing to delinquency a Class C felony instead of a Class A misdemeanor if a person furnishes alcohol or a controlled substance to a minor and consumption of the alcohol or drug is the proximate cause of the death of any person.
Current Status:
 Veto Sustain
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