| Session - 127th Maine Legislature
C "A", Filing Number S-240, Sponsored by
Amend the bill in section 1 in §2251 by striking out all of subsection 6 (page 1, lines 21 to 22 in L.D.) and inserting the following:
Amend the bill in section 1 in §2254 by striking out all of subsection 6 (page 3, lines 1 to 12 in L.D.) and inserting the following:
Amend the bill in section 1 in §2254 by striking out all of subsection 8 (page 3, lines 39 to 46 and page 4, lines 1 to 5 in L.D.) and inserting the following:
Amend the bill by inserting after section 2 the following:
‘Sec. 3. Appropriations and allocations. The following appropriations and allocations are made.
Courts - Supreme, Superior and District 0063
Initiative: Provides funds for an anticipated increase in the number of motions filed, including funds for judge and clerk services and one-time computer programming costs.
|GENERAL FUND TOTAL||$21,996||$10,996|
This amendment changes the bill in 2 ways. First, it expands the crimes for which convictions are eligible for special treatment to cover all current and former Class E crimes, except any convictions for current or former Class E crimes contained in chapter 11 of the Maine Criminal Code defining sexual assaults. Second, this amendment eliminates the requirement that the Department of Public Safety, Bureau of State Police, State Bureau of Identification notify those persons who have received from the bureau within the last year criminal history record information pertaining to a person whose Class E crime conviction is subject to restricted dissemination. The amendment also adds an appropriations and allocations section.
Top of Page