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Criminal Law - Hazing

Sponsored by:

Delegate Young, K.


In the House - Unfavorable Report by Judiciary

Synopsis:Providing that the offense of hazing is committed by subjecting a student to the risk of serious bodily injury, regardless of whether injury actually occurs, for the purpose of an initiation into a student organization of a school, college, or university; and increasing the penalty from $500 to $5,000 for a specified offense relating to subjecting a student to the risk of serious bodily injury.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note
All Sponsors:Delegates K. Young and Reznik
Additional Facts:Cross-filed with: SB0394
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2015
Judiciary  View Committee Hearing
Broad Subject(s):Criminal Law - Substantive Crimes
Narrow Subject(s):Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties and Sentnc; etc.
Higher Education -see also- Comm Colleges; Med Schools; etc.
Penalties and Sentences -see also- Death Penalty
Private Schools
Public Schools
Safety -see also- Occupational Safety
Statutes:Article - Criminal Law

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October 24, 2017 4:42 P.M.