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Senate Bill 0223

ARCHIVE (2009)

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DIGEST OF SB 223 (Updated April 29, 2009 5:35 pm - DI 14)

Various corrections and criminal matters. Provides that an offender who has filed at least three civil actions that have been dismissed as frivolous may not file a new complaint or petition as an indigent person unless the offender is in immediate danger of serious bodily injury. Makes trafficking with an inmate (which is, without enhancement, a Class A misdemeanor) a Class C felony if the item trafficked is a cellular telephone. Makes it a Class A misdemeanor if a person possesses in or carries into a penal facility or a juvenile facility a controlled substance or a deadly weapon. Requires the sentencing policy study committee to evaluate whether the state should pay all costs of trial in a prosecution for an offense committed at a state correctional facility
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