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Criminal Procedure

12RS

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Abortion,
informed consent requirement - SB 102; HB 294: SFA (1); HB 354: HFA (1); HB 374: HFA (1); HB 552: HFA (2)
performance of in relation to fetal heartbeat detection - HB 164; HB 354: HFA (2); HB 374: HFA (3)
ultrasound requirements - SB 103; HB 249: HFA (2); HB 354: HFA (3); HB 374: HFA (2); HB 552: HFA (1)
Adam Walsh Act, provisions for compliance - HB 469
Arrest for misdemeanor assault in hospital emergency room permitted - SB 58
Bail credit, clarification of - SB 90: HFA (1); HB 54: SCS; HB 552: HCS
Boating while intoxicated, prohibition of - SB 112
Bringing a prisoner or patient from another state for treatment in Kentucky, requirements - HB 257
Child
abuse, duty to report, expansion of - HB 519; HB 519: HCS
pornography, viewing of - HB 126; HB 126: HCS
Class D felony record, expungement of, procedure, exceptions - SB 185
Clear and convincing proof, utilization of as evidentiary standard - HB 296
Concealed
deadly weapon on own real property without license, carrying permitted - HB 484
deadly weapon, court commissioners, license to carry statewide - SB 48
deadly weapon, who may carry - HB 280
Crime
Victims Compensation Board, application, procedures - HB 340; SB 58: HFA (1); HB 340: HFA (1)
Victims Compensation Board, restitution to - HB 340; SB 58: HFA (1); HB 340: HFA (1)
Criminal mischief, property covered by offense of - SB 148
Cruelty to animals, forfeiture and ownership provisions - HB 273
Death
penalty costs, creation of task force - SCR 190
penalty implementation, study of - HCR 173; HCR 173: HCS
penalty, replace with life imprisonment without parole - SB 63
penalty, severely mentally ill defendant, preclusion of use for - HB 145
Defrauding secured creditor, damage to collateral - HB 396; HB 396: HCS
Deliberations, jury, technical correction - HB 480
DNA testing, availability of post-conviction - HB 178
DNA, requirement of sample collection at arraignment - HB 314
DUI,
ignition interlock device, utilization of - HB 64
penalties imposed - HB 283
refusal to sign waiver as refusal to consent to test - HB 438
Emergency medical services personnel, use of force against - SB 218
Exonerated felon may bring civil action against state for wrongful incarceration - SB 72
Expungement
of records, criminal history - HB 138
of records, process and fees for - SB 216
Failure to report missing child - SB 36; HB 27
Federal "Secure Communities" program, required use of - HB 78
Fraudulent firearm transaction - HB 563
Grand jury, failure to indict,, record expungement of, procedure, - SB 185
Harassing communications, expansion of crime, and means of communication - HB 129
Home
improvement contract, standards, procedures, remedies - HB 180
incarceration, terms of - HB 420
Human trafficking - HB 350; SB 3: HFA (6); SB 58: HFA (5); SB 90: HFA (3); HB 350: SCS, HCS
Incest, relationship, step-grandparent and step-grandchild - HB 74
Jail credit for unpaid fines or costs, clarification of application - SB 90: HFA (1); HB 54: SCS; HB 552: HCS
Kentucky Computer Decency Act, prohibition on anonymous postings - HB 157
Licensing board, failure to notify of conviction, discipline, or surrender of license - HB 4
Loss of consciousness, include within definition of "physical injury" - HB 345
Material false statement of practitioner license application - HB 4: HFA (6),(9)
Medical
marijuana, authorization of - SB 129
parole, prisoners with substantial or chronic conditions, provision for - HB 528
Metal sales ban, person convicted of named theft offenses - HB 483
Minor,
death of, when autopsy required - SB 214
image of, protection for minor sending or possessing - HB 562
Mint Police, U.S., state jurisdiction for - HB 271
Missing minor 12 or under, duty to report - SB 33
Move federal terrorism trial from Bowling Green, Kentucky to the Guantanamo detention facility - HR 5
Pardon Board, creation of - SB 159
Parole for prisoners with substantial or chronic medical conditions, provision for - HB 528
Penal code, time limitations, change of must to shall - SB 176
Pretrial
home incarceration, sentence credit for - HB 54: SCS
home incarceration, sentencing credit for - SB 170; HB 319; SB 170: SCS
release and bail options, modification of - SB 90: HFA (1); HB 54: SCS; HB 552: HCS
Probation for public employee or officer convicted of corruption, prohibition of - HB 466
Profits of crime, seizure, payable to Crime Victims Compensation Board - HB 119
Pseudoephedrine
based drugs, provisions relating to - SB 3: SFA (3)
based drugs, regulation of - SB 3: SFA (1),(4)
based medicines, regulation of - SB 3: SCA (1), SFA (2)
Pseudoephedrine-based drugs, provisions relating to - SB 3, 172; HB 79; SB 3: HCS, HFA (3),(5)
Public transportation, offenses against user or operator of - HB 25
Religious service, penalty for disruption of - HB 436
Report of dead child, increased penalty, report of missing child, creation of offense - HB 29
Retired Commonwealth's or county attorney, may carry a concealed weapon statewide with a license - HB 171
Robbery in the second degree, inclusion in violent offender statute - HB 346
Second degree manslaughter, child under age 13 - SB 99
Sentence credit for pretrial home incarceration, requirement for - SB 170; HB 319; SB 170: SCS; HB 54: SCS
Serial abuse of a child, creation of offense - HB 541
Sex offender registration, change in requirements for - HB 469
Sexual
offense defendant, when HIV testing required - HB 177
offenses, definition of perpetrators, expansion of - HB 519: HCS
Shock probation, prohibit, DUI death - SB 29; HB 412
Slayer statute, real estate professional's advice in relation to - HB 409; HB 409: HFA (1),(3)
Synthetic
cannabinoids or piperazines, synthetic cathinones, expand definition of - SB 173; HB 176, 185, 198
drugs, expanded definition of, new offenses, revised - SB 188; HB 481
Terms of imprisonment, technical correction changing must to shall - HB 522
Theft related offenses, penalty increase for offenses committed against a pharmacy - HB 306
Torture of an animal, crime of - HB 479
Traffic safety programs, operation of - HB 480: SCS, HCS, HFA (1),(2)
Trespass, simplified remedy for elderly and vulnerable - HB 175
Unified Juvenile Code, review of, task force - HCR 129; HCR 129: SFA (1),(2), HCS
Voiding of convictions for possession of controlled substances first degree, modification of - SB 90: HFA (1); HB 54: SCS; HB 552: HCS
Wanton endangerment, child left in vehicle - SB 101
Wild hog, release of prohibited, penalty - HB 344

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