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House of Representatives

File No. 898

General Assembly

 

January Session, 2011

(Reprint of File No. 594)

House Bill No. 6489

 

As Amended by House Amendment

Schedule "A"

This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:

Section 1

October 1, 2011

54-102g

Sec. 2

October 1, 2011

54-102h(a)

Sec. 3

October 1, 2011

54-102l

Sec. 4

October 1, 2011

54-102j(a)

Agency Affected

Fund-Effect

FY 12 $

FY 13 $

Public Safety, Dept.

GF - Potential Cost

Up to 1,500

Up to 2,000

Judicial Dept.

GF - Potential Savings

Up to 8,250

Up to 11,000

Correction, Dept.

GF - Potential Savings

Up to 3,375

Up to 4,500

Municipalities

Effect

FY 12 $

FY 13 $

All Municipalities

Potential Cost

Up to 23,625 in aggregate

Up to 31,500 in aggregate

Murder

Capital Felony

Felony Murder

Arson Murder

First- and Second-Degree Manslaughter

First- and Second-Degree Manslaughter with a Firearm

Second-Degree Manslaughter with a Motor Vehicle

Misconduct with a Motor Vehicle

First- and Second-Degree Assault

First- and Second-Degree Assault of elderly, disabled, or pregnant person

Second-Degree Assault with a Firearm

Second-Degree Assault of elderly, disabled, or pregnant person with a firearm

First-Degree Sexual Assault

Aggravated First-Degree Sexual Assault

Spousal Rape

Third-Degree Sexual Assault with a Firearm

First- and Second-Degree Kidnapping

First- and Second-Degree Kidnapping with a Firearm

First-Degree Unlawful Restraint

Home Invasion

First- and Second-Degree Burglary

Second- and Third-Degree Burglary with a Firearm

First- and Second-Degree Arson

First-, Second-, and Third-Degree Robbery

Assault of Public Safety, Emergency Medical, or Public Transit Personnel

Prison Rioting

Inciting Prison Rioting

First-Degree Stalking

Yea

29

Nay

13

(04/06/2011)

Yea

44

Nay

10

(05/23/2011)

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1 2009 data indicates that the State Police made approximately 6% of statewide arrests for murder, negligent manslaughter, rape, robbery, burglary and aggravated assault.

2 Local costs would be reduced should the DPS provide testing kits to law enforcement on a statewide basis. However, DPS costs would rise accordingly.