Bills Pending Delaware House Judiciary Committee

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DEHB461IntroDelaware law criminalizes therapeutic deception, a representation by the health professional that sexual contact by the health professional is consistent with or part of the patients treatment. This Act creates a felony level offense for a person tha...
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2018-06-12
To House Judiciary Committee
DESB130EngrossThis bill restores the Board of Paroles authority to hear and make decisions regarding violations of offenders released through good time credits.
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2018-03-22
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB57IntroIn an attempt to obey federal law, to coordinate with the federal law enforcement agencies, and to assist Delaware registered agents who form LLCs to avoid severe federal fines, this bill attempts to prevent the use of our Limited Liability Act by pe...
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2018-03-15
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB42IntroThis bill will allow defendants serving consecutive sentences, who were sentenced prior to the amendment of 11 Del. C. ยง 3901(d), to be allowed to petition the court to consider applying concurrent rather than consecutive sentences. Prior to June 30...
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2017-06-08
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB162IntroThis bill mandates reporting to the Director of Investor Protection by a broker-dealer or investment adviser that has a reasonable belief that financial exploitation of an eligible adult has occurred or been attempted. It also enables broker-dealers ...
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2017-05-09
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB155IntroThis Act removes the Department of Corrections authority to execute orders as to sentences of capital punishment and prohibits the Department from using lethal doses of drugs on those in its care. This Act also removes hanging as a method of executio...
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2017-05-02
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB128IntroThis Act creates a Chapter 60 in Title 11 relating to providing individuals Fair Notice. Specifically, the Act requires individuals considering a plea of guilty in a criminal court of law be provided information related to the collateral consequences...
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2017-04-06
To House Judiciary Committee
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