JUDICIARY COMMITTEE 1987 PROPOSED LEGISLATION 1. Revise the sentencing and probation process to insure that a substantial portion of sentences are actually served: a) by including the following offenses for a mandatory one-third or 20-year sentence: -Murder; -Assault on law enforcement officer/ court participant, etc.; -Injury to a child/elderly person; -Retaliation; and -Organized crime. b) by including elected officials in the parole process, and, to the extent the parole board fails or refuses to act with respect to violations of parole, allow the District Attorney's Office to step in; c) by making consecutive sentences consecutive; d) by allowing jail time to be implemented at any time during probation, and increase the jail/penitentiary time which can be used as a condition to probation to 180 days; e) by providing for split sentences; i.e., penitentiary time followed by probation; and f) by providing that if an inmate is released from prison on parole, and is required to return to prison as a result of a violation of parole, that individual must forfeit all previously accumulated good time. 2. Make terrorist attacks/activity a criminal offense. 3. Add murder by bomb to the capital murder statute. 4. Make prosecution possible of BOTH participants in cases of public lewdness. 5. Make the taking of or possession of obscene photos of children a criminal offense.