Under existing law, when an offender has previously been convicted of any three or more felonies, or has been previously convicted of two or more Class A or Class B felonies, and subsequently commits a Class D felony, he or she is sentenced as if he or she had been convicted of a Class C felony
This bill would provide that on a third or subsequent conviction for a Class D felony, an offender may be sentenced as if he or she had been convicted of a Class C felony
Relating to criminal procedure; to amend Sections 13A-5-9 and 15-18-8, Code of Alabama 1975, to further provide for the sentencing of individuals convicted of violating a Class D felony.
|February 23, 2023||H||Introduced and Referred to House Judiciary|
|February 23, 2023||H||Prefiled|
|Bill Text||HB25 Alabama 2023 Session - Introduced|