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Concurrent Jurisdiction; Yuma Proving Ground: HB 2649
Concurrent Juvenile Jurisdiction
This bill adds the Yuma Proving Ground to the list of lands in which concurrent criminal jurisdiction exists between the United States and Arizona; specifies that concurrent criminal jurisdiction is only effective after a memorandum of understanding has been completed with the appropriate county sheriffs.
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