Substitute for Raised S.B. No. 365
Session Year 2016
 


AN ACT CONCERNING CHILD ENDANGERMENT WHILE DRIVING WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE.

To (1) provide for an appropriate penalty for operating under the influence with a child in the vehicle; and (2) remove the requirement that a test for blood alcohol levels be performed within two hours of operation for purposes of administrative per se hearings; and (3) require that any test not commenced within two hours be established as reliable by expert witness testimony for purpose of criminal prosecution.

Introduced by:
Judiciary Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 6/9/2016Signed by the Governor
 5/25/2016Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
 5/25/2016Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 5/19/2016(LCO)Public Act 16-126
 5/3/2016In Concurrence
 5/3/2016On Consent Calendar
 5/3/2016House Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
 5/3/2016House Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A
 4/30/2016House Calendar Number 537
 4/30/2016Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 4/28/2016On Consent Calendar
 4/28/2016Senate Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
 4/28/2016Senate Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A 4859
 4/14/2016(LCO)File Number 633
 4/14/2016Senate Calendar Number 405
 4/14/2016Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 4/14/2016(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 4/8/2016(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/13/16 5:00 PM
 3/30/2016(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/30/2016(JUD)Joint Favorable Substitute
 3/3/2016Public Hearing 03/07
 3/2/2016Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary

Co-sponsors of SB-365

Rep. Al Adinolfi, 103rd Dist.
Rep. Mary G. Fritz, 90th Dist.
Rep. John K. Hampton, 16th Dist.
Rep. Richard A. Smith, 108th Dist.
Rep. Rosa C. Rebimbas, 70th Dist.
Rep. Joseph P. Gresko, 121st Dist.
Sen. John A. Kissel, 7th Dist.
Rep. Christie M. Carpino, 32nd Dist.
Sen. Danté Bartolomeo, 13th Dist.
Rep. Pam Staneski, 119th Dist.
Sen. Gayle S. Slossberg, 14th Dist.
Rep. Stephen G. Harding, 107th Dist.
Rep. Dan Carter, 2nd Dist.
Rep. Mitch Bolinsky, 106th Dist.
Rep. Angel Arce, 4th Dist.
Rep. Andrew M. Fleischmann, 18th Dist.
Rep. Daniel J. Fox, 148th Dist.
Rep. David W. Kiner, 59th Dist.
Rep. Dave W. Yaccarino, 87th Dist.
Rep. Charles J. Ferraro, 117th Dist.
Rep. Devin R. Carney, 23rd Dist.
Rep. Eric C. Berthel, 68th Dist.
Rep. Vincent J. Candelora, 86th Dist.
Rep. Charlie L. Stallworth, 126th Dist.
Rep. Jesse MacLachlan, 35th Dist.
Sen. Eric D. Coleman, 2nd Dist.
Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, 17th Dist.
Sen. Steve Cassano, 4th Dist.
Sen. Marilyn Moore, 22nd Dist.
Rep. William Tong, 147th Dist.

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