HB 509 - Aggravated assault by parolee or probationer; bond

Georgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 Sessions

HB 509 - Aggravated assault by parolee or probationer; bond

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House Comm: Judy / Senate Comm: SJudy / House Vote: Yeas 142 Nays 4 Senate Vote: Yeas 49 Nays 0 ---------------------------------------- House Action Senate ---------------------------------------- 1/31/95 Read 1st Time 3/1/95 2/1/95 Read 2nd Time 3/10/95 2/22/95 Favorably Reported 3/10/95 Sub Committee Amend/Sub Sub 2/28/95 Read 3rd Time 3/14/95 2/28/95 Passed/Adopted 3/14/95 CS Comm/Floor Amend/Sub CS 3/15* Amend/Sub Agreed To 3/17* 4/5/95 Sent to Governor 4/20/95 Signed by Governor 457 Act/Veto Number 7/1/95 Effective Date ---------------------------------------- Immediately Transmitted to the Senate House Agrees to Senate Substitute as Amended by House Senate Agrees to House Amendment to Senate Substitute Code Sections amended: 17-10-1
HB 509 HB 509/AP H. B. No. 509 (AS PASSED HOUSE AND SENATE) By: Representative Wall of the 82nd A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT 1- 1 To amend Code Section 17-10-1 of the Official Code of 1- 2 Georgia Annotated, relating to the fixing of criminal 1- 3 sentences and the suspension or probation of such sentences, 1- 4 so as to provide that a parolee or probationer charged with 1- 5 a misdemeanor involving physical injury or an attempt to 1- 6 commit physical injury or terroristic threats or a felony 1- 7 shall not be entitled to bond pending a hearing on the 1- 8 revocation of his or her parole or probation unless the 1- 9 judge of the superior court wherein the alleged new offense 1-10 occurred determines that the parolee or probationer does not 1-11 constitute a threat to the community; to repeal conflicting 1-12 laws; and for other purposes. 1-13 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF GEORGIA: SECTION 1. 1-14 Code Section 17-10-1 of the Official Code of Georgia 1-15 Annotated, relating to the fixing of criminal sentences and 1-16 the suspension or probation of such sentences, is amended by 1-17 striking subparagraph (a)(3)(B) in its entirety and 1-18 inserting in lieu thereof a new subparagraph (a)(3)(B) to 1-19 read as follows: 1-20 "(B) A parolee or probationer charged with a new 1-21 felony or misdemeanor involving physical injury or 1-22 terroristic threats an attempt to commit physical 1-23 injury or terroristic threats or with a new felony 1-24 shall not be entitled to bond pending a hearing on the 1-25 revocation of his or her parole or probation, except 1-26 by order of a judge of the superior court wherein the 1-27 alleged new offense occurred after a hearing and upon 1-28 determination of the superior court that the parolee 1-29 or probationer does not constitute a threat to the 1-30 community." SECTION 2. 1-31 All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act are 1-32 repealed. H. B. No. 509 -1- (Index)

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