Section 10 of Chapter 269 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting at the end thereof the following:-
“p) A sentencing judge who fails or otherwise refuses to impose a sentence of the required minimum term pursuant to this section shall not be entitled to judicial immunity and may be held civilly liable for the damages caused in the commission of a felony by an offender of this section after such offender’s release.
q) Any judge, justice, or other arbiter who releases a person accused of violating this section on bail pursuant to section 58 of chapter 276 shall not be entitled to judicial immunity and may be held civilly liable for the damages caused in the commission of a felony by said person while out on said bail.”
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