HB0494

Find a 2015 Bill:

2015 Regular Session

 

Entitled:

Criminal Procedure - Pretrial Release - Charge by Summons

Sponsored by:

Delegate Anderson

Status:

In the Senate - Unfavorable Report by Judicial Proceedings


Synopsis:Repealing a provision of law authorizing a District Court commissioner to set bond or commit persons to jail in default of bond or release them on personal recognizance if circumstances warrant; authorizing a police officer to charge by citation for an offense that may be charged by summons under a specified provision of law under specified circumstances; requiring a police officer to submit a specified statement of charges, serve a statement and summons, and release the defendant under specified circumstances; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note (Revised)
All Sponsors:Delegates Anderson, Conaway, Dumais, Moon, and Vallario
Additional Facts:Introduced in a prior session as: HB1186 Session: 2014 Regular Session
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): June 1, 2015
Bill imposes a local government mandate which is a directive in a bill requiring a local government unit to perform a task or assume a responsibility that has a discernible fiscal impact on the local government unit
Committee(s):
Judiciary  View Committee HearingJudicial Proceedings  View Committee Hearing
Broad Subject(s):Criminal Law - Procedure
Courts and Court Personnel - Statewide
Narrow Subject(s):Abduction
Arrests
Assault
Bail
Circuit Courts
Citations
Clerks of Court
Controlled Dangerous Substances -see also- Drugs; Subst Abus
Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties and Sentnc; etc.
Diseases -see also- AIDS; Rabies
District Courts
Forms
Hearings
Home Detention
Law Enforcement -see also- State Police, Department of
Nudity and Sexual Displays -see also- Obscenity; Pornography
Parole and Probation
Pretrial Detention or Release
Protection Orders
Reports
Sexual Offenses
Summonses -see also- Subpoenas
Sunset
Telephones
Vandalism
Victims -see also- Criminal Injuries Compensation
Statutes:Article - Courts and Judicial Proceedings
(2-607)
Article - Criminal Procedure
(4-101, 5-201, 5-202, 4-101.2, 4-101.3)

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October 24, 2017 4:42 P.M.