HB 2335 Places for confinement of juveniles.
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Summary:
Places for confinement of juveniles. Allows the holding of a juvenile charged with a violent felony in a jail or other adult facility for up to 72 hours while the juvenile is awaiting transfer to a juvenile facility. Violent felony has the same meaning as that applied in Virginia's sentencing guidelines, i.e.,: capital murder, first and second degree murder, felony homicide, voluntary manslaughter, lynching, malicious wounding by mob, abduction (Class 5 felony only), abduction with intent to extort or for immoral purposes, abduction by prisoners, attempted abduction, malicious/unlawful wounding, malicious wounding of law-enforcement officer, aggravated malicious wounding, malicious/unlawful wounding by caustic substance, malicious wounding during commission of felony, use of firearm in commission of a felony, attempts to poison, adulteration of food, medicine, bodily injury by prisoner, assault and battery of family member, robbery, carjacking, threats against Governor (felony only), stalking (felony only), rape, carnal knowledge (Class 4 felony only), carnal knowledge of delinquent, forcible sodomy, object sexual penetration, marital sexual assault, aggravated sexual battery, attempted rape/sodomy/object penetration/aggravated sexual battery, arson of occupied dwelling, arson of occupied meeting house (Class 3 felony only), arson of occupied building (Class 3 felony), burglary, statutory burglary w/intent to murder, etc., statutory burglary w/intent to commit larceny, etc., breaking and entering w/intent to commit misdemeanor, entering bank, armed, with intent to commit larceny, personal trespass by computer (felony only), injuring power line (Class 4 felony only), throwing missile at train (Class 4 felony only), damage to RR signal (Class 4 felony), damage to utility (felony only), discharging firearm at occupied building, discharge of firearm in school zone, setting a spring gun, brandishing firearm on school property (felony only), drive by shooting, use of machine gun in crime of violence, aggressive use of a machine gun, use of sawed-off shotgun in crime of violence, possession of firearm on school property (felony only), possession of firearm by felon (felony only), illegal sale of firearms, purchase of firearm w/ intent to illegally transfer, illegal purchase of firearm, use of armor piercing bullets, malicious use of tear gas, pandering (Class 4 felony), detaining person in house of prostitution, crimes against nature, incest, forcing wife into prostitution, abuse of elderly (felony resulting in serious bodily injury or disease), indecent liberties, indecent liberty in custodial relationship, abuse and neglect, pornography involving children, possession of child pornography (felony only), electronic facilitation of pornography, employing person to commit obscenity violation, subsequent pornography offenses, carrying firearm during riot (felony only), carrying firearm during unlawful assembly (felony only), inciting a riot, insurrection, injury caused by riot, paramilitary activities, obstruction of justice (felony only), delivery of drugs to prisoners (felony only), escape from jail, escape from juvenile facility (felony only), escape of detainee by force, escape by fire, inciting a race riot, and prisoners crimes, including any conspiracy or attempt to commit any offense specified.

Full text:
01/23/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD7675446  pdf

Status:
01/23/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD7675446
01/23/95  House: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/27/95  House: Assigned to C. J. sub-committee: 2
02/08/95  House: No action taken by Courts of Justice by voice vote