Judiciary Non-Civil Committee (Georgia Senate)
The Senate Judiciary Non-Civil Committee is an eight member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, an ex officio, and four members. The Committee operates under a Senate mandate to regulate the legislative acts that constitute the state's criminal code.
Scope and jurisdiction
The Senate Judiciary Non-Civil Committee has jurisdiction over Georgia's criminal code and procedure, drug enforcement, sentencing, parole, and pardons. The Committee's scope encompasses any piece of legislation that includes a provision for penalties that could lead to a possibility of criminal prosecution, including matters of juvenile code. The Judiciary Non-Civil Committee receives direct support from the Special Judiciary Committee in fulfilling its obligations.
- Jesse Stone, chairman
- William T. Ligon, Jr., vice chairman
- Curt Thompson, secretary
- Joshua McKoon, ex officio
- Charlie Bethel, member
- John Crosby, member
- Vincent Fort, member
- Hunter Hill, member
- Ronald B. Ramsey, Sr., member
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- List of state government committees (Georgia)
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