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January 2017 Special Session
2017 - 2018 LEGISLATURE
February 17, 2017 - Introduced by Committee on Assembly Organization,
Representatives Nygren, Petryk, Mursau, Tittl, Horlacher, Rohrkaste, E.
Brooks
, Bernier, Edming, Krug, Petersen, Jagler, VanderMeer, R. Brooks,
Murphy, Felzkowski, Skowronski, Novak, Quinn, Ripp, Swearingen,
Kleefisch, Billings, Kolste, Subeck, Spreitzer, Brostoff, Stuck, Genrich,
Ohnstad, C. Taylor, Zepnick, Sinicki, Doyle, Ballweg, Tranel, Vruwink,
Fields, Kulp, Sargent, Allen, Spiros, Wachs and Zamarripa, cosponsored by
Senators Harsdorf, Darling, Vukmir, Olsen, Wanggaard, Testin, L. Taylor,
Carpenter and Marklein, by request of Governor Scott Walker. Referred to
Committee on Judiciary.
AB3,1,3 1An Act to amend 961.443 (2) of the statutes; relating to: immunity from
2revocation of probation, parole, or extended supervision for certain controlled
3substance offenses.
Analysis by the Legislative Reference Bureau
This bill grants immunity from having probation, parole, or extended
supervision revoked for possessing a controlled substance or controlled substance
analog to a person, called an aider, who summons or provides emergency medical
assistance to another person because the aider believes the other person is suffering
from an overdose or other adverse reaction to a controlled substance or controlled
substance analog. This bill also grants immunity from prosecution or from having
probation, parole, or extended supervision revoked for possessing a controlled
substance or controlled substance analog to the aided person in this circumstance.
This is an extension of current law, which grants immunity from prosecution
for possessing a controlled substance or controlled substance analog to an aider who
summons or provides emergency medical assistance to another person because the
aider believes the other person is suffering from an overdose or other adverse
reaction to a controlled substance or controlled substance analog.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do
enact as follows:
AB3,1
1Section 1. 961.443 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB3,2,92 961.443 (2) Immunity from criminal prosecution and revocation of parole,
3probation, or extended supervision
. An No aider or aided person may have his or
4her parole, probation, or extended supervision revoked, and an aider or aided person

5is immune from prosecution under s. 961.573 for the possession of drug
6paraphernalia, under s. 961.41 (3g) for the possession of a controlled substance or a
7controlled substance analog, and under s. 961.69 (2) for possession of a masking
8agent, under the circumstances surrounding or leading to his or her the aider's
9commission of an act described in sub. (1).
AB3,2,1010 (End)
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