SB 0900 Creates felony of intimidation of an athletic coach, manager or sports official
LR Number:4154S.01I Fiscal Note:4154-01
Committee:Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
Last Action:02/10/00 - Hearing Conducted S Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence Journal page:
Effective Date:August 28, 2000
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Current Bill Summary

SB 900 - A person commits the crime of intimidation of a coach or sports official if he commits any of the following acts against such official and such act is motivated by the victim's status as a coach or sports official:

1) Attempting to injure the coach or official; 2) Threatening the coach or official; 3) Touching the coach or official in an offensive manner; or 4) Communicating to the coach or official a threat to commit any felony.

Intimidation of a coach or sports official is a Class D felony.

A sports official is defined as a referee, umpire or other official who registers with an organized training body or a person who volunteers as an official.