SB 0328 Leaving the scene of an accidental shooting
Committee:JUDILR Number:L0129.01I
Last Action:02/15/95 - Hearing Conducted S Judiciary Committee
Effective Date:August 28, 1995
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Current Bill Summary

SB 328- This act makes leaving the scene of an accidental shooting a crime. A person is guilty of this crime if he: 1) accidentally or negligently discharges a gun, 2) injures or kills another due to his negligence, and 3) leaves the scene without giving his name and address to a police officer. A person does not violate this law if he leaves to get medical help or notify the police as long as he returns to the scene of the shooting. A person leaving the scene of an accidental shooting is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor or a Class D felony if another person is injured or killed or if he has previously violated this section.