SB 1150 Modifies the types of orders or judgments that may be appealed through the prosecuting or circuit attorney
Sponsor: Bartle
LR Number: 5358S.01I Fiscal Note:
Committee:
Last Action: 3/7/2006 - Second Read and Referred S Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee Journal Page: S394
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2006

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SB 1150 - This act modifies the types of orders or judgments that may be appealed through the prosecuting or circuit attorney. In addition to the current appeals permitted, an appeal may be taken through the prosecuting or circuit attorney from any order or judgment that will not impose double jeopardy and which results in:

(1) Setting aside the indictment, information, or complaint;

(2) Granting a new trial;

(3) Arresting judgment;

(4) Modifying the verdict in certain ways;

(5) A judgment dismissing all or any portion of the action;

(6) Denying the motion of the state to reinstate the complaint;

(7) Imposing an unlawful sentence; or

(8) Recusing the prosecuting attorney's office.

SUSAN HENDERSON MOORE