HB1226 Repeals the death penalty.
Sponsor: Schilling, Mike (136) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback (25) LR Number: 2635L.01I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: CRIMINAL LAW
02/23/2000 - Hearing Scheduled Bill Not Heard (H)
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HB 1226 -- Death Penalty

Co-Sponsors:  Schilling, Riback Wilson (25)

This bill repeals the death penalty.  Currently, the death
penalty is allowed if a person has been convicted of first
degree murder.  The bill requires the sentence for first degree
murder to be life imprisonment without eligibility for probation
or parole.  Also, the bill commutes all existing sentences of
death to life imprisonment without eligibility for probation or
parole.


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