SB 383 Modifies provisions regarding creditable prior service within the prosecuting attorneys and circuit attorneys' retirement system
Sponsor: Koster
LR Number: 1516S.01I Fiscal Note: 1516-01
Committee: Pensions, Veterans' Affairs and General Laws
Last Action: 2/21/2007 - Hearing Conducted S Pensions, Veterans' Affairs and General Laws Committee Journal Page:
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Effective Date: August 28, 2007

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SB 383 - Current law provides that any prosecuting or circuit attorney who becomes a member of the prosecuting attorneys and circuit attorneys' retirement system on the date the system was established, or who was serving as a prosecuting or circuit attorney on August 28, 1993, shall receive full credit for service as a prosecuting or circuit attorney prior to the establishment of the system. This act provides that any member of the system, regardless of when such person became a member, shall receive such credit.

Current law provides that any prosecuting or circuit attorney who becomes a member of the system on the date the system was established, or who was serving as a prosecuting or circuit attorney on August 28, 1996, shall receive seventy-five percent credit for service as an assistant prosecuting attorney or assistant circuit attorney prior to the establishment of the system, but only for such time the person expended at least sixty percent of his or her time fulfilling prosecutorial duties. This act provides that any member of the system, regardless of when such person became a member, shall receive such credit.

ALEXA PEARSON