H.P. 814 - L.D. 1137
An Act to Allow Police Officers to Prosecute Their Own Traffic Infractions in District Court
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Maine as follows:
Sec. 1. 4 MRSA §807, sub-§3, ¶K, as amended by PL 1997, c. 683, Pt. E, §3, is further amended to read:
K. A person who is not an attorney, but who is representing the Department of Human Services in accordance with Title 19-A, section 1615; Title 19-A, section 2009, subsection 8; Title 19-A, section 2201, subsection 1-B; and Title 19-A, section 2202, subsection 1-B;
Sec. 2. 4 MRSA §807, sub-§3, ¶L, as enacted by PL 1997, c. 683, Pt. E, §4, is amended to read:
L. A person who is not an attorney, but who is representing the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Resources in accordance with Title 7, section 3909, subsection 2
Sec. 3. 4 MRSA §807, sub-§3, ¶M is enacted to read:
M. A law enforcement officer, as defined in Title 29-A, section 101, subsection 30, who is not an attorney but who is representing the State in the prosecution of a traffic infraction, as defined in Title 29-A, section 101, subsection 85, when representation in that matter has been approved by the prosecuting attorney.
Effective September 18, 1999, unless otherwise indicated.
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