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NE 102nd 2011 PASSED LB675 Pirsch Priority Bill 2011 Driving under the influence

NE 102nd 2011 PASSED LB675 Pirsch Priority Bill 2011 Driving under the influence

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Senator Pete Pirsch's Priority Bill 102nd Legislature, 1st Session: Provide and change penalties and enforcement relating to driving under the influence and the duty to stop at motor vehicle accidents and create an offense relating to certain controlled substances
Senator Pete Pirsch's Priority Bill 102nd Legislature, 1st Session: Provide and change penalties and enforcement relating to driving under the influence and the duty to stop at motor vehicle accidents and create an offense relating to certain controlled substances

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LEGISLATURE OF NEBRASKAONE HUNDRED SECOND LEGISLATUREFIRST SESSION
LEGISLATIVE BILL 675
Introduced by Pirsch, 4.Read first time January 19, 2011Committee: JudiciaryA BILLFOR AN ACT relating to crimes and offenses; to amend sections 28-106,128-401.01, 60-498.02, 60-4,129, 60-601, 60-697, 60-698,260-6,197.02, 60-6,197.03, and 60-6,198, Reissue Revised3Statutes of Nebraska, and section 28-101, Revised4Statutes Cumulative Supplement, 2010; to change penalties5for Class W misdemeanors; to prohibit having controlled6substances in bodily fluids; to provide penalties; to7provide affirmative defenses; to change provisions8relating to the duty to stop in the event of an accident9and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; to10harmonize provisions; and to repeal the original11sections.12Be it enacted by the people of the State of Nebraska,13LB 675 LB 675-1-
 
Section 1. Section 28-101, Revised Statutes Cumulative1Supplement, 2010, is amended to read:228-101 Sections 28-101 to 28-1356 and section 4 of this3act shall be known and may be cited as the Nebraska Criminal Code.4Sec. 2. Section 28-106, Reissue Revised Statutes of5Nebraska, is amended to read:628-106 (1) For purposes of the Nebraska Criminal Code and7any statute passed by the Legislature after the date of passage of8the code, misdemeanors are divided into seven classes which are9distinguished from one another by the following penalties which are10authorized upon conviction:11Class I misdemeanor........12 Maximum not more than one year 13 imprisonment, or one thousand dollars 14 fine, or both 15 Minimum noneClass II misdemeanor.......16 Maximum six months imprisonment, or 17 one thousand dollars fine, or both 18 Minimum noneClass III misdemeanor......19 Maximum three months imprisonment, 20 or five hundred dollars fine, or both 21 Minimum noneClass IIIA misdemeanor.....22 Maximum seven days imprisonment, five 23 hundred dollars fine, or bothLB 675 LB 675-2-
 
 1 Minimum noneClass IV misdemeanor.......2 Maximum no imprisonment, five hun- 3 dred dollars fine 4 Minimum one hundred dollars fineClass V misdemeanor........5 Maximum no imprisonment, one hun- 6 dred dollars fine 7 Minimum noneClass W misdemeanor.......8 Driving under the influence or implied 9 consent 10 First conviction 11 Maximum sixty days imprisonment and 12 five hundred dollars fine 13 one thousand dollars fine 14 Mandatory minimum seven days 15 imprisonment and four hundred dollars 16 imprisonment and eight hundred dollars 17 fine 18 Second conviction 19 Maximum six months imprisonment and 20 five hundred dollars fine 21 one thousand dollars fineLB 675 LB 675-3-

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