Committee: House Judiciary
Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Time: 10:00 AM
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SB 53 permit the Department of Public Safety to require certain accident reports to
be filed by electronic means.
The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Department of Public Safety
SB 68* provide that no statute of limitations applies to certain rape offenses.
Senators Johnston, Buhl, and Cutler and Representatives Haggar, Abdallah, Deelstra,
Hickey, Kopp, Magstadt, and Turbiville
SB 76* revise certain provisions relating to the retirement of justices and judges.
Senators Olson (Russell), Brown, Frerichs, Johnston, Maher, Novstrup (Al), Peters,
and Rhoden and Representatives Kirkeby, Abdallah, Boomgarden, Cronin, Deelstra,
Dryden, Gibson, Kloucek, Munsterman, Nelson (Stace), Olson (Betty), Rausch,
Sigdestad, Turbiville, and Willadsen
SB 78* allow an arrest to be expunged when the criminal case is dismissed.
Senators Olson (Russell), Johnston, Krebs, Nygaard, Peters, Rampelberg, and Vehle
and Representatives Fargen, Blake, Gibson, Hansen (Jon), Killer, Kirkeby, Lucas,
Sigdestad, Stricherz, and Tornow
SB 156* establish strangulation as one element of the crime of aggravated assault.
Senators Tieszen, Cutler, Holien, and Rave and Representatives Lust, Cronin,
Gibson, Hoffman, Moser, Sly, Turbiville, and Wick
BILLS FOR POSSIBLE ACTION WHICH HAVE HAD PRIOR HEARING.
SB 43 criminalize the failure to report the death or disappearance of a child within a
specified time by certain persons responsible for the care of the child.
The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Office of the Attorney General