Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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Naloxone. Provides that probable cause to issue a warrant for a blood test exists if: (1) a person is revived after administration of an overdose intervention drug; and (2) certain other conditions are met. Specifies that a person revived by means of an overdose intervention drug and who meets certain other qualifications: (1) has the right to pretrial diversion and participation in an addiction treatment program; and (2) shall be issued a summons instead of being arrested (if there is no probable cause to believe that the person has committed an offense other than possession of a controlled substance or Naloxone. Provides that probable cause to issue a warrant for a blood test exists if: (1) a person is revived after administration of an overdose intervention drug; and (2) certain other conditions are met. Specifies that a person revived by means of an overdose intervention drug and who meets certain other qualifications: (1) has the right to pretrial diversion and participation in an addiction treatment program; and (2) shall be issued a summons instead of being arrested (if there is no probable cause to believe that the person has committed an offense other than possession of a controlled substance or controlled substance paraphernalia). Specifies that a person who abuses a controlled substance: (1) commits a Class A misdemeanor; (2) has the right to receive a summons instead of arrest for the offense; and (3) has the right to participate in a treatment program without being charged with the offense. Provides that the court shall order all documents relating to the person's case and treatment to be sealed. ... View more