Deferred dispositions; property crimes, larceny and receiving stolen goods. (HB660)

Introduced By

Del. Mike Mullin (D-Newport News)


Passed Committee
Passed House
Passed Senate
Signed by Governor
Became Law


Deferred dispositions; property crimes; larceny and receiving stolen goods. Provides that a court, upon such plea if the facts found by the court would justify a finding of guilt, without entering a judgment of guilt and with the consent of the accused, may defer further proceedings and place him on probation subject to terms and conditions for a first offense misdemeanor larceny, provided that such person has not previously been convicted of any felony. The bill also provides that deferred disposition will no longer be allowed for peeping crimes. This bill incorporates HB 1592. Read the Bill »


02/11/2020: In Committee


01/06/2020Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20101944D
01/06/2020Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/23/2020Assigned Courts sub: Criminal
01/31/2020House subcommittee amendments and substitutes offered
01/31/2020Subcommittee recommends reporting with substitute (6-Y 1-N)
02/05/2020Committee substitute printed 20106737D-H1
02/05/2020Incorporates HB1592 (Cole, M.L.)
02/05/2020Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (18-Y 4-N) (see vote tally)
02/06/2020Read first time
02/07/2020Read second time
02/07/2020Committee substitute agreed to 20106737D-H1
02/07/2020Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB660H1
02/09/2020Impact statement from DPB (HB660H1)
02/10/2020Read third time and passed House (54-Y 43-N)
02/10/2020VOTE: Passage (54-Y 43-N) (see vote tally)
02/11/2020Constitutional reading dispensed
02/11/2020Referred to Committee on the Judiciary

Duplicate Bills

The following bills are identical to this one: SB286.

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