OH HB524 | 2011-2012 | 129th General Assembly

Status

Status: Engrossed on May 24 2012 - 50% progress, died in committee
Action: 2012-05-29 - To Judiciary
Pending: Senate Judiciary Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Engrossed) [HTML]

Summary

To amend sections 109.57, 109.572, 109.578, 307.932, 2151.356, 2152.02, 2152.12, 2152.121, 2152.18, 2152.26, 2152.52, 2152.56, 2152.59, 2301.27, 2301.271, 2705.031, 2907.24, 2913.02, 2921.331, 2923.122, 2925.03, 2925.04, 2925.14, 2925.38, 2929.14, 2929.19, 2929.26, 2929.41, 2947.23, 2949.08, 2951.022, 2953.08, 2953.31, 2953.32, 2953.34, 2953.36, 2961.22, 2967.191, 2967.193, 2967.26, 3119.01, 3119.05, 3123.58, 3772.10, 4301.99, 4501.02, 4503.233, 4503.234, 4507.02, 4507.164, 4509.06, 4509.101, 4510.10, 4510.11, 4510.111, 4510.16, 4510.161, 4510.17, 4510.41, 4510.54, 4513.02, 4513.021, 4513.99, 4713.07, 4713.28, 4725.44, 4725.48, 4725.52, 4725.53, 4738.04, 4738.07, 4740.05, 4740.06, 4740.10, 4747.04, 4747.05, 4747.10, 4747.12, 4749.03, 4749.04, 4749.06, 4776.04, 5111.032, 5111.033, 5111.034, 5120.07, 5149.311, 5502.011, and 5743.99, and to enact sections 2925.141, 2953.25, 4776.021, and 4776.10 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 5 of Am. Sub. H.B. 86 of the 129th General Assembly, to exclude most juvenile proceedings and adjudications from criminal records checks; to ensure that persons sentenced to confinement receive credit for time served in juvenile facilities; to expand eligibility for the sealing of criminal records and to eliminate the prohibition of the sealing of juvenile records in certain cases; to make the use or possession with purpose to use drug paraphernalia with marihuana a minor misdemeanor; to provide that a court's failure to warn an offender at sentencing about the possibility that the court may order community service if the offender fails to pay the costs of prosecution does not negate or limit the authority of the court to so order community service; to permit an individual subject to civil sanctions as a result of a conviction of or plea of guilty to a criminal offense to file a petition for relief from the sanctions and establish a procedure for the review of such petitions; to permit the court of common pleas of the individual's county of residence to issue a certificate of qualification for employment; to permit decision-makers to consider on a case-by-case basis whether to grant or deny the issuance or restoration of an occupational license or employment opportunity to an offender who has been issued such a certificate regardless of the offender's possession of the certificate and without reconsidering or rejecting any finding made by the issuing court; to provide for the revocation of a certificate of qualification for employment; to increase from eighteen to twenty-one the age at which certain offenders may be held in places not authorized for the confinement of children; to increase the juvenile court's jurisdiction over certain specified cases solely for the purpose of detaining a person while the person's case is heard in adult court; to create a process by which a prosecutor may file a motion in juvenile court to request that a person be held in a place other than those specified for the placement for children while the person's case is heard in adult court; to amend the law governing child support; to modify the penalty for driving under suspension if the suspension was imposed as part of the penalty for certain violations that do not directly involve the operation of a motor vehicle; to make changes in certain other driver's license suspension provisions; to require the Department of Public Safety to study the advisability and feasibility of a one-time amnesty program for drivers who have not paid fees or fines owed by them for motor vehicle offenses and driver's license suspensions; to define the terms moral turpitude and disqualifying offense as applied to certain employment; to provide for criminal records checks and a license issuance restriction regarding applicants for a trainee license for a profession or occupation; to require the Casino Control Commission to notify each applicant for a license from the Commission who is denied the license of the reasons for the denial and to provide an annual report to the General Assembly and Governor that specifies the number of license applications denied in the year and the reasons for the denial; to add an ex-offender appointed by the Director of Rehabilitation and Correction to the Ex-offender Reentry Coalition; to increase the time limit for a prosecutor to file a motion in juvenile court that objects to the imposition of a serious youthful offender dispositional sentence; to prohibit competency attainment reports and juvenile bindover evaluation reports from including details of the alleged offense as reported by the child; to require juvenile bindover evaluation reports to be completed within forty-five days unless an extension is granted; to require the Department of Youth Services to develop minimum standards for training of juvenile offender probation officers; to extend the deadline for the Ohio Interagency Task Force on Mental Health and Juvenile Justice to issue a report of its findings and recommendations; to revise the penalties for certain fifth degree felony drug offenses to generally favor not imposing a prison term; to permit the judges of the various courts of the state that supervise a concurrent supervision offender to authorize the chief probation officer to manage concurrent supervision offenders; to expand the availability of the probation improvement and incentive grants to municipal and county courts; to transfer control of the transitional control program from the Adult Parole Authority to the Division of Parole and Community Services; to amend the penalty for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer; to eliminate the requirement that a court sentencing a felony offender provide notice of possible eligibility for earning days of credit; and to prohibit the preclusion of individuals from obtaining or renewing certain licenses, certifications, or permits due to any past criminal history unless the individual had committed a crime of moral turpitude or a disqualifying offense.

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Title

And to amend Section 5 of Am. Sub. H.B. 86 of the 129th General Assembly, to exclude most juvenile proceedings and adjudications from criminal records checks; to ensure that persons sentenced to confinement receive credit for time served in juvenile facilities; to expand eligibility for the sealing of criminal records and to eliminate the prohibition of the sealing of juvenile records in certain cases; to make the use or possession with purpose to use drug paraphernalia with marihuana a minor misdemeanor; to provide that a court's failure to warn an offender at sentencing about the possibility that the court may order community service if the offender fails to pay the costs of prosecution does not negate or limit the authority of the court to so order community service; to permit an individual subject to civil sanctions as a result of a conviction of or plea of guilty to a criminal offense to file a petition for relief from the sanctions and establish a procedure for the review of such petitions; to permit the court of common pleas of the individual's county of residence to issue a certificate of qualification for employment; to permit decision-makers to consider on a case-by-case basis whether to grant or deny the issuance or restoration of an occupational license or employment opportunity to an offender who has been issued such a certificate regardless of the offender's possession of the certificate and without reconsidering or rejecting any finding made by the issuing court; to provide for the revocation of a certificate of qualification for employment; to increase from eighteen to twenty-one the age at which certain offenders may be held in places not authorized for the confinement of children; to increase the juvenile court's jurisdiction over certain specified cases solely for the purpose of detaining a person while the person's case is heard in adult court; to create a process by which a prosecutor may file a motion in juvenile court to request that a person be held in a place other than those specified for the placement for children while the person's case is heard in adult court; to amend the law governing child support; to modify the penalty for driving under suspension if the suspension was imposed as part of the penalty for certain violations that do not directly involve the operation of a motor vehicle; to make changes in certain other driver's license suspension provisions; to require the Department of Public Safety to study the advisability and feasibility of a one-time amnesty program for drivers who have not paid fees or fines owed by them for motor vehicle offenses and driver's license suspensions; to define the terms moral turpitude and disqualifying offense as applied to certain employment; to provide for criminal records checks and a license issuance restriction regarding applicants for a trainee license for a profession or occupation; to require the Casino Control Commission to notify each applicant for a license from the Commission who is denied the license of the reasons for the denial and to provide an annual report to the General Assembly and Governor that specifies the number of license applications denied in the year and the reasons for the denial; to add an ex-offender appointed by the Director of Rehabilitation and Correction to the Ex-offender Reentry Coalition; to increase the time limit for a prosecutor to file a motion in juvenile court that objects to the imposition of a serious youthful offender dispositional sentence; to prohibit competency attainment reports and juvenile bindover evaluation reports from including details of the alleged offense as reported by the child; to require juvenile bindover evaluation reports to be completed within forty-five days unless an extension is granted; to require the Department of Youth Services to develop minimum standards for training of juvenile offender probation officers; to extend the deadline for the Ohio Interagency Task Force on Mental Health and Juvenile Justice to issue a report of its findings and recommendations; to revise the penalties for certain fifth degree felony drug offenses to generally favor not imposing a prison term; to permit the judges of the various courts of the state that supervise a concurrent supervision offender to authorize the chief probation officer to manage concurrent supervision offenders; to expand the availability of the probation improvement and incentive grants to municipal and county courts; to transfer control of the transitional control program from the Adult Parole Authority to the Division of Parole and Community Services; to amend the penalty for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer; to eliminate the requirement that a court sentencing a felony offender provide notice of possible eligibility for earning days of credit; and to prohibit the preclusion of individuals from obtaining or renewing certain licenses, certifications, or permits due to any past criminal history unless the individual had committed a crime of moral turpitude or a disqualifying offense.

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Roll Calls

2012-05-24 - House - Third Consideration (Y: 96 N: 1 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2012-05-24 - House - Amendment (Y: 97 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]

History

DateChamberAction
2012-05-29 To Judiciary
2012-05-29 Introduced to Senate
2012-05-24 Passed 3rd Consideration House
2012-05-23 Committee Report - S
2012-04-24 To Criminal Justice
2012-04-24 Introduced to House

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