Prevents individuals convicted of a felony or violent misdemeanor from suing their victims for personal injury or damages suffered in the course of committing the crime. The bill broadens the definition of “tort action” to specifically include a product liability claim, an action for wrongful death and an action based on derivative claims for relief.
Felony Reform: HB 547 (1998)
Prevents individuals convicted of a felony or violent misdemeanor from
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