04RS HB329


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HB 329 (BR 1342) - K. Bratcher

     AN ACT relating to penalties for a violation of traffic regulations.
     Create new sections of KRS Chapter 520, relating to the Kentucky Penal Code, to establish the offenses of leaving the scene of an accident in the first degree and in the second degree; establish a penalty of a Class D felony for leaving the scene of an accident in the first degree and a Class A misdemeanor for in the second degree; amend KRS 186.560, relating to persons who are subject to license revocation, to include a conviction for leaving the scene of an accident in either the first or second degree; amend KRS 189.580 to delete current provisions for stopping at the scene of an accident and to require police reports on noninjury accidents to be filed within 48 hours; amend KRS 189.990, 189.999, 431.005, 431.015, and 431.410 to conform.

     Jan 20-introduced in House
     Jan 21-to Transportation (H)

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