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      • Sponsor Party
        Republican
      • Bill Date Introduced
      • Date Introduced
        2/6/2014
    • HB 2412 : Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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02/27/2013 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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04/18/2013 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration (05/07/2013)

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/07/2013 Committee recommended measure be held for further study

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/10/2013 Scheduled for consideration (05/14/2013)

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/14/2013 Committee recommends passage of Sub A

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/16/2013 Placed on House Calendar (05/23/2013)

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/23/2013 House voted to recommit to House Judiciary

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/24/2013 Scheduled for consideration (05/28/2013)

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/28/2013 Committee recommends passage of Sub A

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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05/30/2013 Placed on House Calendar (06/06/2013)

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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06/06/2013 House passed Sub A

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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06/11/2013 Referred to Senate Judiciary

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - HB 2412 2/6/2014
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

HB 2412-Criminal Offenses - As introduced, penalizes, in the same manner as driving under the influence, the conduct of driving a motor vehicle without sleep for a period in excess of 24 hours; permits trier of fact to infer that if a driver of a motor vehicle falls asleep while driving or drives after no sleep for more than 24 hours, that conduct is reckless for purposes of the offenses of reckless driving and reckless homicide. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 55.

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06/21/2013 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration (06/25/2013)

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