98th Congress > Senate > Vote 379

Date: 1984-02-03

Result: 30-55

Vote Subject Matter: Civil Liberties / Regulation Special Interest

Sponsor: MITCHELL, George John (D-ME)

Description: TO AMEND S. 215, A BILL AUTHORIZING JUDICIAL OFFICES TO CONSIDER THE SAFETY OF ANY PERSON OR THE COMMUNITY WHEN MAKING A PRETRIAL DETENTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRESCRIBED PROCEDURES. THE MITCHELL AMENDMENT EXCLUDES FROM THE 60-DAY PERIOD THOSE DELAYS WHICH ARE RECOGNIZED WITHIN THE SPEEDY TRIAL ACT. (MOTION FAILED)

Original source documents: Digest of the Congressional Record vol. 10, p. 945;

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