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

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IThis Legislative History is limited to Title II of P.L. 98-473, the Comprehensive
Cime Control Act of 1984. For legislative materials on Ciminal Code Reform
prior to the 97th Congress See Study 97-1.1
INSANITY DEFENSE REFORM ACT OF 1984
98th Congress
196) H.R. 47, a bill to modify the insanity defense in the Federal courts, as
introduced by Mr. Bennett and referred to the House Judiciary Committee,
98th Congress, January 3, 1983.
197) H.R. 51, a bill to amend chapter 313 of title 18 of the Unites States Code to
improve the system dealing with mental defectives charged with offenses
against the United States, as introduced by Mr. Bennett and referred to the
House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, January 3, 1983.
198) H.R. 682, a bill to modify the insanity defense in the Federal courts, as
introduced by Mr. Solomon and referred to the House Judiciary Committee,
98th Congress, January 6, 1983.
199) H.R. 1196, a bill to modify the insanity defense in the Federal courts, as
introduced by Mr. McCollum and referred to the House Judiciary Committee,
98th Congress, February 2, 1983.
200) H.R. 1257, the Insanity Defense Limitation Act of 1983, as introduced by
Mr. Lagomarsino and Mr. Bennett and referred to the House Judiciary
Committee, 98th Congress, February 3, 1983.
201) H.R. 1280, a bill to modify the insanity defense in the Federal courts, and for
other purposes, as introduced by Mr. Conyers and referred to the House
Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, February 7, 1983.
202) H.R. 1329, a bill to modify the insanity defense in the Federal courts, and for
other purposes, as introduced by Mr. Gekas and referred to the House
Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, February 8, 1983.

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