Substitute for Raised S.B. No. 1105
Session Year 2015
AN ACT CONCERNING REVISIONS TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATUTES, AND CONCERNING THE PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONS AND DEPOSITIONS OF PERSONS LIVING OUT-OF-STATE.
To clarify that the period of probation for an incarcerated individual begins after the completion of the period of incarceration in response to the ruling in State v. Moore, to facilitate the return to Connecticut of fugitive defendants in criminal cases who have absconded to another jurisdiction after having bond posted through a bail bond agent, to include home invasion as a predicate offense to the crime of felony murder, to provide an appropriate penalty for assault that results in serious physical injury, to clarify that the ten-year period of registration for certain sexual offenders commences after any term of incarceration is completed, to provide for a more appropriate means of disposition in certain cases of simple trespass and to amend the statutes concerning tampering with a witness.
Public Hearing Testimony
- 03/20/2015 Bloom, Andrew - President of the Bail Association of Connecticut
- 03/20/2015 Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- 03/20/2015 Del Prete Sullivan, Legal Counsel, Director - State of Connecticut - Division of Public Defender Services
- 03/20/2015 The Division Of Criminal Justice - State of Connecticut