Statutory Time-Periods Technical Amendments Act of 2009

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    111TH UNITED STATES CONGRESS
    1ST SESSION


    An Act
    To make technical amendments to laws containing time periods affecting judicial proceedings.


    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

    Section 1. Short Title.[edit]

    This Act may be cited as the ``Statutory Time-Periods Technical Amendments Act of 2009´´.

    Sec. 2. Amendments Related to Title 11, United States Code.[edit]

    Title 11, United States Code, is amended–
    (1) in section 109(h)(3)(A)(ii), by striking `5-day' and inserting `7-day';
    (2) in section 322(a), by striking `five days' and inserting `seven days';
    (3) in section 332(a), by striking `5 days' and inserting `7 days';
    (4) in section 342(e)(2), by striking `5 days' and inserting `7 days';
    (5) in section 521(e)(3)(B), by striking `5 days' and inserting `7 days';
    (6) in section 521(i)(2), by striking `5 days' and inserting `7 days';
    (7) in section 704(b)(1)(B), by striking `5 days' and inserting `7 days';
    (8) in section 749(b), by striking `five days' and inserting `seven days'; and
    (9) in section 764(b), by striking `five days' and inserting `seven days'.

    Sec. 3. Amendments Related to Title 18, United States Code.[edit]

    Title 18, United States Code, is amended–
    (1) in section 983(j)(3), by striking `10 days' and inserting `14 days';
    (2) in section 1514(a)(2)(C), by striking `10 days' each place it appears and inserting `14 days';
    (3) in section 1514(a)(2)(E), by inserting after `the Government' the following: `, excluding intermediate weekends and holidays,';
    (4) in section 1963(d)(2), by striking `ten days' and inserting `fourteen days';
    (5) in section 2252A(c), by striking `10 days' and inserting `14 days';
    (6) in section 2339B(f)(5)(B)(ii), by striking `10 days' and inserting `14 days';
    (7) in section 2339B(f)(5)(B)(iii)(I), by inserting after `trial' the following: `, excluding intermediate weekends and holidays';
    (8) in section 2339B(f)(5)(B)(iii)(III), by inserting after `appeal' the following: `, excluding intermediate weekends and holidays';
    (9) in section 3060(b)(1), by striking `tenth day' and inserting `fourteenth day';
    (10) in section 3432, by inserting after `commencement of trial' the following: `, excluding intermediate weekends and holidays,';
    (11) in section 3509(b)(1)(A), by striking `5 days' and inserting `7 days'; and
    (12) in section 3771(d)(5)(B), by striking `10 days' and inserting `14 days'.

    Sec. 4. Amendments Related to the Classified Information Procedures Act.[edit]

    The Classified Information Procedures Act (18 U.S.C. App.) is amended–
    (1) in section 7(b), by striking `ten days' and inserting `fourteen days';
    (2) in section 7(b)(1), by inserting after `adjournment of the trial,' the following: `excluding intermediate weekends and holidays,'; and
    (3) in section 7(b)(3), by inserting after `argument on appeal,' the following: `excluding intermediate weekends and holidays,'.

    Sec. 5. Amendments Related to the Controlled Substances Act.[edit]

    Section 413(e)(2) of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 853(e)(2)) is amended by striking `ten days' and inserting `fourteen days'.

    Sec. 6. Amendments Related to Title 28, United States Code.[edit]

    Title 28, United States Code, is amended–
    (1) in section 636(b)(1), by striking `ten days' and inserting `fourteen days';
    (2) in section 1453(c)(1), by striking `not less than 7 days' and inserting `not more than 10 days'; and
    (3) in section 2107(c), by striking `7 days' and inserting `14 days'.

    Sec. 7. Effective Date.[edit]

    The amendments made by this Act shall take effect on December 1, 2009.


    Approved May 7, 2009.


    Legislative History[edit]

    • CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 155 (2009):
      • Apr. 22, considered and passed House.
      • Apr. 27, considered and passed Senate.