Bill:  HB 1590 
Legislative Session: 81(R) Council Document: 81R 5275 SJM-D
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Last Action:05/01/2009 S Referred to Criminal Justice
Caption Version:Engrossed
Caption Text:Relating to consecutive sentences for certain offenses involving injury to a child, an elderly individual, or a disabled individual and arising out of the same criminal episode.
Author:Rose | Moody
Subjects:Aging (I0015)
Crimes--Against Persons--General (I0170)
Criminal Procedure--General (I0208)
Criminal Procedure--Sentencing & Punishment (I0205)
Disabilities, Persons with (I0380)
Minors--Crimes Against (I0532)
House Committee:Criminal JurisprudenceBill Subcommittee: Criminal Procedure
Status:Out of committee
Vote:Ayes=8   Nays=0   Present Not Voting=0   Absent=3
Senate Committee:Criminal Justice
Status:In committee
Actions: (descending date order)
Viewing Votes: Most Recent House Vote
Description Comment Date       Time       Journal Page
 Referred to Criminal Justice      05/01/2009     1932
 Read first time      05/01/2009     1932
 Received from the House      04/22/2009     1303
 Reported engrossed      04/21/2009   06:18 PM  1719
 Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal      04/21/2009     1617
 Record vote   RV#208   04/21/2009     1616
 Passed      04/21/2009     1616
 Read 3rd time      04/21/2009     1616
 Passed to engrossment      04/20/2009     1583
 Read 2nd time      04/20/2009     1583
 Placed on General State Calendar      04/20/2009    
 Considered in Calendars      04/17/2009    
 Committee report sent to Calendars      04/07/2009    
 Committee report printed and distributed      04/06/2009   09:35 PM 
 Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator      04/06/2009     1123
 Reported favorably w/o amendment(s)      04/01/2009    
 Recalled from subcommittee      04/01/2009    
 Considered in public hearing      04/01/2009    
 Left pending in subcommittee      03/23/2009    
 Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in subcommittee      03/23/2009    
 Considered by s/c in public hearing      03/23/2009    
 Scheduled for public hearing on . . .      03/23/2009    
 Referred directly to subcommittee by chair      03/04/2009    
 Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence      03/02/2009     507
 Read first time      03/02/2009     507
 Filed      02/23/2009