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H 5085 General Bill, By Alexander and L.O. Graham
    A Bill to amend Section 17-9-10, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to extradition, so as to permit extradition of fugitives in this State who have committed offenses in other states involving a charge of issuing or uttering a fraudulent check or instrument which is a felony under the laws of that state; and Section 34-11-90, as amended, relating to fraudulent checks, so as to revise the courts which have jurisdiction to try certain violations, to revise the penalties for certain violations, to reduce from five thousand to five hundred dollars the minimum amount of the instrument which results in the offense being classified as a felony, to provide that the presiding judge shall also require restitution within ten days of the sentence in addition to any other penalties imposed, to provide for the aggregation of fraudulent instruments within a period of ninety days for purposes of jurisdiction and punishment, and to require under certain conditions two types of identification, one of which has the maker's or endorser's picture, for any person to charge the maker or endorser with issuing or uttering a fraudulent check.
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04/14/94House Introduced and read first time HJ-11
04/14/94House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-11

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