Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections

The Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections held an executive session at the state Capitol on February 9, 2012 on the following: Assembly Bill 118, relating to aiding a felon and providing penalties; Assembly Bill 299, relating to law enforcement officers and firearms in school zones and certain injunctions against law enforcement officers; Assembly Bill 420, relating to providing alcohol beverages to an underage person who suffers great bodily harm or death from their consumption and providing a penalty; and Assembly Bill 449, relating to increased penalty for repeated domestic abuse offenses and providing a penalty. Following the executive session, the Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections held a public hearing at the state Capitol on February 9, 2012 on the following: Assembly Bill 397, relating to failing to report the death of a child or to report a missing child, moving the corpse of a child, hiding a corpse to collect public benefits, and providing penalties; Assembly Bill 482, relating to payment of employee required contributions under the Wisconsin Retirement System by certain law enforcement officers; Assembly Bill 488, relating to establishing an assistant district attorney.

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