Senate Bill 188

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Last Action 02/24/20: to Health & Welfare (S)
Title AN ACT relating to competency to stand trial.
Bill Documents Introduced
Fiscal Impact Statement Local Mandate
Bill Request Number 1409
Sponsors M. McGarvey, J. Adams, D. Harper Angel
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 504.110 to refer certain violent criminal defendants who are incompetent to stand trial with no substantial probability of attaining competency to a new type of involuntary commitment to be created in KRS Chapter 202C; create definitions; assign guardian ad litem; establish hearing procedures and commitment criteria; establish a schedule and procedures for review hearings; require for promulgation of administrative regulations.
Index Headings of Original Version Courts - Involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial, certain felonies
Crimes and Punishments - Certain felonies, incompetent to stand trial, involuntary commitment
Criminal Procedure - Involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial, certain felonies
Mental Disability - Incompetent to stand trial, involuntary commitment, certain felonies
Mental Health - Incompetent to stand trial, involuntary commitment, certain felonies
Prosecutors - Defendants, incompetent to stand trial, involuntary commitment, motion for
State Agencies - Cabinet for Health and Family Services, involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial
Public Safety - Involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial, certain felonies
Administrative Regulations and Proceedings - Cabinet for Health and Family Services, involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial
Attorneys - Guardians ad litem, appointment, involuntary commitment
Civil Actions - Involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial, certain felonies
Civil Procedure - Involuntary commitment, incompetent to stand trial, certain felonies

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02/20/20
  • introduced in Senate
02/24/20
  • to Health & Welfare (S)


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