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SB 78 (BR 1066) - S. Gregory

     AN ACT relating to the Crime Victims Compensation Board.
     Amend KRS 216B.400 to require that a medical exam of a crime victim has to occur within twelve months of the medical provider's application to receive reimbursement; amend KRS 346.040 to permit the Crime Victims Compensation Board to negotiate a binding settlement for recoverable expenses with the provider after a claim has been filed; create a new section of KRS Chapter 346 to provide that debt collection actions against crime victims, where the debt incurred is related to a recoverable claim through the board, shall cease pending action by the board and establish procedures; amend KRS 346.130 to permit the use of court records to establish the occurrence and reporting of criminal conduct and permit an award for loss of earnings or support if due to the crime and provide that the award shall be equal to net earnings at the time of the crime; amend KRS 346.140 to add donations made on behalf of a victim to the listing of offsets to be made against awards; amend KRS 532.162 to provide that if a court orders a defendant to pay restitution for criminal conduct, that reimbursement may be directed to the Crime Victims Compensation Board as appropriate; repeal KRS 346.190, relating to reciprocal agreements with other states.


     HFA (1/P, B. Yonts) - Amend to insert provisions clarifying the effect of traffic tickets on expungement requests and requiring that a certificate of eligibility completed by the State Police and the Administrative Office of the Courts be submitted with all expungement petitions.
     HFA (2/Title, B. Yonts) - Make title amendment.
     HFA (3/P, D. Owens) - Insert provisions to amend KRS 431.078 to allow a Class D felony record to be expunged under specified circumstances; create a new section of KRS Chapter 431 to require the Administrative Office of the Courts to keep a confidential index of expungement orders for the preparation of presentence investigations; amend KRS 527.040, relating to possession of a firearm by a felon, to exempt individuals who have had their felony records expunged.
     HFA (4/Title, D. Owens) - Make title amendment.
     HFA (5, J. Tilley) - Amend KRS 6.949 to modify the contents of corrections impact statements; amend KRS 27A.097 to make a technical correction; amend KRS 197.045 to clarify the types of programs that qualify for institutional credits and apply specified credits retroactively; amend KRS 439.3406 to clarify that mandatory reentry supervision is to be applied six months prior to the projected completion date of the inmate's sentence; amend KRS 441.045 to authorize a correctional facility to apply for Medicaid on an inmate's behalf; amend KRS 441.430 and 441.440 to clarify language relating to construction of jails.
     HFA (6/Title, J. Tilley) - Make title amendment.
     HFA (7, J. Tilley) - Amend to clarify that lack of consent is not an element of sexual abuse when there is sexual contact between a minor and a person in a position of special trust.

     Feb 5-introduced in Senate
     Feb 7-to Judiciary (S)
     Feb 20-taken from Judiciary (S); 1st reading; returned to Judiciary (S)
     Feb 21-reported favorably, 2nd reading, to Rules as a Consent Bill
     Feb 25-posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Tuesday, February 26, 2013
     Feb 26-3rd reading, passed 37-0; received in House
     Feb 27-to Judiciary (H)
     Mar 1-posting waived
     Mar 5-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
     Mar 6-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 7, 2013
     Mar 7-taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day; floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
     Mar 11-floor amendments (3) (4-title) (5) and (6-title) filed
     Mar 12-floor amendment (7) filed ; 3rd reading, passed 99-0 with floor amendments (1) (2-title) and (5) ; received in Senate; posted for passage for concurrence in House floor amendments (1) (2-title) and (5) ; Senate concurred in House floor amendments (1) (2-title) and (5) ; passed 38-0; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
     Mar 21-signed by Governor (Acts Chapter 69)
     Mar 25-floor amendments (3) and (4-title) withdrawn

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