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2003-2004 Regular Session - HB 869
Civil filings and criminal fines; additional charges; repeal certain charges
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First Reader Summary
A BILL to amend Title 15 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to courts, so as to repeal certain additional charges on criminal and civil filings and proceedings; to repeal Code Section 15-6-77.4, relating to an additional divorce case filing fee for the Children's Trust Fund; to repeal Code Section 14-9-60.1, relating to an additional marriage license fee for the Children's Trust Fund; to repeal Article 4 of Chapter 21, the "Peace Officer and Prosecutor Training Fund of 1983"; to repeal Article 7 of Chapter 21, relating to the compensation to victims of violators of driving under the influence statute; to repeal Code Section 15-21-149; to repeal Code Section 15-21-150; to repeal Code Section 15-21-151; to repeal Code Section 15-21-152; and for other purposes.
Status History
Mar/25/2004 - Senate Conference Committee Appointed 9th, 37th, 22nd
Mar/25/2004 - House Conference Committee Appointed 119th, 93rd, 125th
Mar/25/2004 - House Insisted
Mar/25/2004 - Senate Insisted
Mar/25/2004 - House Disagreed Senate Amend or Sub
Mar/25/2004 - Senate Transmitted House
Mar/25/2004 - Senate Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Mar/25/2004 - Senate Third Read
Mar/24/2004 - Senate Read Second Time
Mar/24/2004 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Mar/19/2004 - Senate Recommitted
Mar/17/2004 - Senate Read and Referred
Mar/15/2004 - House Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Mar/15/2004 - House Third Readers
Mar/09/2004 - House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Mar/28/2003 - House Second Readers
Mar/27/2003 - House First Readers
Mar/27/2003 - House Hopper
3/19/04 Withdrawn from Special Judiciary and committed to Judiciary in Senate
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