19 Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984, P.L. 98-473 (Title II), 98-Stat. 1976, October 12, 1984 1 (1984)

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[This Legislative History is limited to Title H of P.L. 98_473, the Comprehensive
Crime Control Act of 1984. For legislative materials on Criminal Code Reform prior to
the 97th Congress See Study 97-1.]
CHAPTER I - BAIL REFORM ACT OF 1984
98th Congress
75)   H.R. 1098, the Bail Reform Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Sawyer and referred
to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, January 31, 1983.
76)   H.R. 3005, the Bail Reform   Amendments Act of 1983, as introduced by
Mr. Kastenmeier and referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress,
May 12, 1983.
77)   H.R. 3491, the Pretrial Detention Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Porter and
referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, June 30, 1984.
78)   H.R. 3773, a bill to amend the Bail Reform Act of 1966, as introduced by
Mr. Skelton and referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress,
August 3, 1983.
79)   H.R. 5594, the Crime Control Act of 1984, as introduced by Mr. Lungren and
referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, May 3, 1983.
[Note: Only Title I (Bail) of H.R. 5594 is related to Chapter I of P.L. 98-473.1
80)   H.R. 5865, the Bail Reform Act of 1984, as introduced by Mr. Sawyer and referred
to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, June 14, 1984.
81)   H.R. 5865 as reported (House Report No. 98-1121) with an amendment, October 1,
1984.
82)   S. 215, the Bail Reform Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Thurmond and referred
to the Senate Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, January 27, 1983.
83)   S. 215 as reported (Senate Report No. 98-147) without amendment, May 25, 1983.

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