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House Bill 63

General Assembly: 132

Short Title: Add prison term if disfigure or incapacitate victim   [ Show Long Title ]

Long Title: To amend sections 2903.11, 2929.01, 2929.13, and 2929.14 and to enact section 2941.1425 of the Revised Code to require an additional prison term of 6 years for felonious assault if the offender also is convicted of a specification that charges that the offender used an accelerant in committing the offense and that the harm caused by the violation resulted in a permanent, serious disfigurement or permanent, substantial incapacity and to name the act's provisions "Judy's Law."

Primary Sponsor: Representative Hughes

Version: As Enrolled

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Co-Sponsors Rep. Duffey, Rep. Leland, Rep. Kennedy Kent, Rep. Boggs, Rep. Manning, Rep. Rezabek, Rep. Celebrezze, Rep. Conditt, Rep. Cupp, Rep. Galonski, Rep. Rogers, Rep. Seitz, Rep. Anielski, Rep. Antonio, Rep. Arndt, Rep. Ashford, Rep. Barnes, Rep. Blessing, Rep. Boyd, Rep. Brenner, Rep. Butler, Rep. Carfagna, Rep. Clyde, Rep. Craig, Rep. Dean, Rep. Dever, Rep. Faber, Rep. Fedor, Rep. Gavarone, Rep. Ginter, Rep. Gonzales, Rep. Green, Rep. Greenspan, Rep. Hagan, Rep. Hambley, Rep. Henne, Rep. Hill, Rep. Holmes, Rep. Johnson, Rep. Keller, Rep. Kick, Rep. Koehler, Rep. Landis, Rep. Lanese, Rep. Lepore-Hagan, Rep. Lipps, Rep. Merrin, Rep. Miller, Rep. O'Brien, Rep. Patmon, Rep. Patterson, Rep. Patton, Rep. Pelanda, Rep. Ramos, Rep. Retherford, Rep. Riedel, Rep. Roegner, Rep. Romanchuk, Rep. Schaffer, Rep. Schuring, Rep. Slaby, Rep. Smith, Rep. Sprague, Rep. Stein, Rep. Strahorn, Rep. Sweeney, Rep. West, Rep. Young, Rep. Zeltwanger, Speaker Rosenberger, Sen. Bacon, Sen. O'Brien, Sen. Balderson, Sen. Beagle, Sen. Burke, Sen. Eklund, Sen. Hackett, Sen. Hite, Sen. Hoagland, Sen. Huffman, Sen. Jordan, Sen. Kunze, Sen. Lehner, Sen. Manning, Sen. Obhof, Sen. Oelslager, Sen. Peterson, Sen. Terhar, Sen. Thomas, Sen. Uecker, Sen. Wilson, Sen. Yuko
Subjects Courts and Civil Law : Courts, Crimes, Corrections, and Law Enforcement : Crime and Punishment, Crimes, Corrections, and Law Enforcement : Law Enforcement
Committees Senate Judiciary, House Criminal Justice
Effective Date October 17, 2017
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