S1024B1645A04974 AJB:AMY 12/11/13 #90 A04974
AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILL NO. 1024
Sponsor: REPRESENTATIVE CLYMER
Printer's No. 1645
1Amend Bill, page 1, line 9, by inserting after "offenses"
2 and for sentences for arson of a historic resource
5Amend Bill, page 2, line 25, by inserting after "(f)"
6 and (j)
10Amend Bill, page 3, by inserting between lines 16 and 17
11(a.2) Arson of historic resource.--A person commits a felony
12of the second degree if the person, with the intent of
13destroying or damaging a historic resource of another, does any
14of the following:
19Amend Bill, page 4, by inserting between lines 11 and 12
1on business therein, whether or not a person is actually
2present. If a building or structure is divided into separately
3occupied units, any unit not occupied by the actor is an
4occupied structure of another.
5"Property of another." A building or other property, whether
6real or personal, in which a person other than the actor has an
7interest which the actor has no authority to defeat or impair,
8even though the actor may also have an interest in the building
13Amend Bill, page 6, by inserting between lines 4 and 5
14§ 9720.6. Sentences for arson of a historic resource.
15(a) Mandatory sentence.--Any person who commits a violation
16of 18 Pa.C.S. § 3301(a.2) (relating to arson and related
17offenses) shall be sentenced to a minimum sentence of at least
18one year of total confinement.
19(b) Proof at sentencing.--Notice of the provisions of this
20section to the defendant shall not be required prior to
21conviction, but reasonable notice of the Commonwealth's
22intention to proceed under this section shall be provided after
23conviction and before sentencing.