Mississippi Legislature

1998 Regular Session

House Penitentiary Committee

As of 04/21/98 at 09:06

Instructions Bill Status Menu

HB  42  State correctional facilities; prohibit all conjugal      Moore
        visitation in.                                         
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB  49  Parole; authorize field supervisors to visit offender's   Walker
        place of residence.                                    
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 243  Cop killer ammunition; prohibit use and enhance           Scott (80th)
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 320  Parole; authorize board to require potential parolees     Endt
 *   V  complete Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program.      
           04/20 Vetoed
HB 331  Corrections; revise 85% mandatory sentencing by           Watson
        excluding nonviolent crimes.                           
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 357  Offenders; must serve 85% of sentence for crimes of       Fredericks
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 513  Medical Release Program; reenact and extend repealer      Ford
 *      for one year.                                          
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 514  Community Service Revolving Fund; reenact and extend      Ford
   %    repealer for one year.                                 
           03/10 (S) Died In Committee
HB 611  Correctional facilities; counties to provide all law      Moak
        enforcement personnel for regional facility.           
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 649  State offenders housed in county jails; reenact and       Ford
        extend repealer for one year.                          
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB 650  Penitentiary lands leased for agricultural purposes;      Ford
        reenact and extend repealer for one year.              
           03/23 Approved by Governor
HB 720  State Commission on Human Rights; create.                 Evans
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 799  Community services; increase fees offenders pay to.       Malone
   %       03/24 Approved by Governor
HB 800  Offenders; to pay costs of filing frivolous lawsuits.     Malone
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB 801  Property; unlawful to possess drugs or alcohol on DOC     Malone
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 802  Earned time allowance; modify definition of "final        Malone
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 803  Offenders; may be required to submit to chemical          Malone
        analysis test more than once per month.                
           03/13 Approved by Governor
HB 804  Private correctional officers; authorized to use force    Malone
        and firearms.                                          
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 805  Offenders; must serve 85% of sentence for crimes of       Malone
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 806  Interstate Corrections Compact; authorize state to        Malone
        enter into.                                            
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB 907  Prisoners; administration of hospital to determine if     Moody
        guard needed while at hospital.                        
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 972  Parole Board; change date on which it will be repealed.   Endt
 *         03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB 994  Offenders; authorize to work for any nonprofit            Malone
 *      organization.                                          
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB1155  Private correctional facilities; DOC to appoint           Ellis
 *      investigators to investigate and enforce state laws.   
           03/17 Approved by Governor
HB1225  Intensive supervision program; authorize offenders        Smith (35th)
        convicted of drug sales to be placed in.               
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1239  Juvenile correctional facility; MDOC contract for         Malone
 *      private facility in Walnut Grove.                      
           04/17 Approved by Governor
HB1262  Prisons; unlawful to bring alcohol or drugs into.         McInnis
 *         03/17 Approved by Governor
HB1263  Department of Corrections; limit educational programs     McInnis
        to reading, writing and arithmetic.                    
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1313  Municipalities; authorize increase in reimbursement       Jennings
        from county to municipalities for housing county       
        inmates in city jails.                                 
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1401  Parole; require Department of Corrections to notify       Janus
 *      local authorities of out-of-state parolees.            
           03/03 (S) Died In Committee
HB1423  Department of Corrections; to pay same amount to county   Banks
        jails as it pays to private facilities.                
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1592  Regional correctional facilities; authorize in Tippah     McElwain
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1647  Offenders; allow access to law library.                   Banks
           02/03 (H) Died In Committee
HB1873  Holmes County; authorize to house state offenders in a    Clark
        private correctional facility.                         
           04/05 (H) Died In Committee
SB2591  Prisons; authorize private guards to use necessary        Huggins
 *      force to recapture escapees.                           
           04/20 Approved by Governor
SB2662  Parole; require DOC to notify local authorities of        Gollott
 *      out-of-state parolee.                                  
           04/20 Approved by Governor
SB2721  House arrest; violator of conditions placed in custody    Huggins
 *      of DOC.                                                
           03/23 Approved by Governor
SB2724  Earned time; allow nonviolent offenders to be eligible    Huggins
 *      for increased.                                         
           03/03 (H) Died In Committee
SB2726  Corrections; provide for forfeiture of earned time for    Huggins
        baseless lawsuit.                                      
           03/16 Approved by Governor
SB2728  Inmates; remove restrictions on drug testing of.          Huggins
           03/11 (H) Died On Calendar
SB3018  Regional jails; board of supervisors to exercise          Walls
           03/03 (H) Died In Committee

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