Committee: Senate Judiciary
Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Time: 7:45 AM
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SB 132 define vehicular homicide and vehicular battery as crimes of violence.
Senators Lederman and Rampelberg and Representatives Bolin and Miller
SB 135 revise the elements of the crimes of vehicular homicide and vehicular battery.
Senator Lederman and Representatives Miller and Bolin
SB 133 establish the criminal offense of aggravated disorderly conduct and to provide
a penalty therefor.
Senator Lederman and Representatives Bolin, Miller, and Nelson (Stace)
SB 134 establish or revise the elements of the criminal offenses of obstructing an officer,
refusing the lawful order of a law enforcement officer, and fleeing the scene of
a potential investigation, and to provide penalties therefor.
Senators Lederman, Frerichs, and Rampelberg and Representatives Miller and Bolin
SB 146 provide for an affirmative defense of compulsion for the crime of prostitution.
Senators Cutler, Krebs, and Peters and Representatives Moser, Blake, Elliott, Gibson,
Gosch, Hickey, Kirkeby, Lucas, Magstadt, Rozum, Sigdestad, and Street
SB 183 establish the elements of the offense of juvenile sexting and to provide a penalty
Senators Vehle, Cutler, Fryslie, Holien, Maher, Nygaard, Olson (Russell), Rhoden,
Schlekeway, and Tidemann and Representatives Hoffman, Gosch, Rozum, Street,
Tulson, Verchio, and Wismer
BILLS FOR POSSIBLE ACTION WHICH HAVE HAD PRIOR HEARING.
CRAIG TIESZEN, Chair