HB1233 Changes law regarding juvenile certification as adults.
Sponsor: Ostmann, Cindy (14) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 2725L.01I
Last Action: 01/13/2000 - Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
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HB 1233 -- Juvenile Disposition

Sponsor:  Ostmann

Under current law, when a juvenile offender is convicted or
pleads guilty as an adult, a juvenile court may invoke dual
jurisdiction, impose a juvenile disposition, and suspend
execution of the adult criminal sentence.  This bill allows the
juvenile court also to suspend imposition of an adult criminal
sentence.  The bill also clarifies that a child certified as an
adult for criminal prosecution cannot be considered certified as
an adult for any other purpose without another certification
hearing.


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