All Information (Except Text) for H.R.14957 - A bill to amend title 23 of the District of Columbia Code with respect to the release or detention prior to trial of persons charged with certain violent or dangerous criminal offenses.94th Congress (1975-1976)
|Sponsor:||Rep. Mann, James R. [D-SC-4] (Introduced 07/29/1976)|
|Committees:||House - District of Columbia | Senate - District of Columbia|
|Committee Reports:||H.Rept 94-1419|
|Latest Action:||Senate - 08/24/1976 Referred to Senate Committee on the District of Columbia. (All Actions)|
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Actions Overview (3)
|08/23/1976||Passed/agreed to in House: Measure passed House, amended.|
|08/10/1976||Reported to House from the Committee on the District of Columbia, H. Rept. 94-1419.|
|07/29/1976||Introduced in House|
All Actions (7)
|08/24/1976||Senate||Referred to Senate Committee on the District of Columbia.|
|08/23/1976||House||Measure passed House, amended.|
|08/23/1976||House||Measure considered in House.|
|08/23/1976||House||Measure called up by unanimous consent in House.|
|08/10/1976||House||Reported to House from the Committee on the District of Columbia, H. Rept. 94-1419.|
|07/29/1976||House||Referred to House Committee on the District of Columbia.|
|07/29/1976||House||Introduced in House|
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|Rep. Mazzoli, Romano L. [D-KY-3]|
|Rep. Rees, Thomas M. [D-CA-26]|
|Rep. Nowak, Henry [D-NY-37]|
|Del. Fauntroy, Walter E. [D-DC-At Large]|
|Rep. Railsback, Thomas F. [R-IL-19]|
|Committee / Subcommittee||Date||Activity||Related Documents|
|House District of Columbia||07/29/1976||Referred to|
|08/10/1976||Reported by||H.Rept 94-1419|
|Senate District of Columbia||08/24/1976||Referred to|
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Latest Summary (1)
Introduced in House (07/29/1976)
Amends the District of Columbia Code to apply provisions relating to pretrial detention of persons charged with capital crimes only to those defendants charged with first degree murder or forcible rape.
Limits the application of provisions relating to pretrial detention of defendants presently on probation, parole, or mandatory release pending completion of sentence to those persons charged with (1) a dangerous crime, (2) a violent crime, or (3) an obstruction or attempted obstruction of justice by threatening or injuring a prospective witness or juror. Extends the maximum permissable detention period of such a defendant pending notification to appropriate state or Federal courts or officials to ten days. Empowers a judicial officer to order that such a defendant be detained until trial upon finding a substantial probability that the defendant committed the offense as charged. Grants specified procedural rights to persons so detained.
Permits institution of pretrial detention hearings by a judicial officer on such officer's own initiative.
Extends to 90 days the period after which a defendant who is charged with a dangerous crime, a violent crime, or an obstruction of justice and is ordered detained pending trial must be released, unless the trial is in progress or has been delayed at the request of the defendant.