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Alabama Senate Unanimously Passes Criminal Enterprise Enhancement Bill

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The Alabama Senate has unanimously accepted Senate Invoice 143, geared toward imposing enhanced penalties on people concerned in prison enterprises, Caleb Taylor reports for 1819 News. The invoice, launched by State Sen. Will Barfoot, consists of penalty enhancements for felonies associated to advancing the pursuits of prison organizations, obligatory minimal sentences for firearm possession or use throughout sure crimes and the certification of people aged 16 and older as adults below the Act. The amended model of what was as soon as known as the ‘Gang Prevention Act’ handed with bipartisan help within the State Senate. The invoice has now moved to the Home Judiciary Committee.

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