Bills Pending Delaware House Judiciary Committee

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DEHB374Intro
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This Act updates House Bill 455 from the 151st General Assembly by providing the same legal protections afforded providers of contraceptive and abortion services to providers of fertility treatment. In summary, this Act does the following:
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2024-04-17
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB380Intro
25%
This Act makes technical changes for clarity by adding a definition of mental condition to the Code section that deals with relinquishment of firearms for persons who may be a danger to self or others (also known as a red flag law). It also extends t...
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2024-04-17
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DESB198Engross
50%
This Act revises existing animal cruelty laws to include people who knowingly possess, own, buy, sell, transfer, or manufacture animal fighting paraphernalia with the intent to engage in or otherwise promote or facilitate such fighting as guilty of a...
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2024-04-11
To House Judiciary Committee
DESB164Engross
50%
This Act allows for correctional officers employed with the Department of Correction to make a written request that their personal information not be published and remain confidential. The Act takes effect 180 days following its enactment.
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2024-04-11
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DESB238Engross
50%
This Act adds "victim of kidnapping" to the definition section of the Address Confidentiality Act, allowing for kidnapping victims to become eligible for the protections offered by the Address Confidentiality Program. This amendment is reco...
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2024-03-28
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB356Intro
25%
On military installations subject to exclusive federal jurisdiction the investigation and prosecution of juveniles for alleged violation of federal crimes is conducted in the federal court system. The federal court system often tries juveniles as adu...
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2024-03-28
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DEHB357Intro
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This Act is the product of the work of the Firearms Definition Task Force (Task Force), which was created by this General Assembly under Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 102.
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2024-03-14
[Hearing: Apr 24 @ 11:00 am]
To House Judiciary Committee
DESB203Engross
50%
Senate Bill 67, from the first session of the 152nd General Assembly, updated the crime of official misconduct. Senate Bill 67 intended to change the penalty for official misconduct from a class A misdemeanor to a graded system, where the penalty is ...
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2024-03-14
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DESB147Engross
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This Act creates a narrow exception to the computer crimes under ยงยง 932, 933, and 935 of Title 11 because these crimes contain elements broad enough to include actions employees may take to document or report an employers violation of state or fede...
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2024-03-12
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DEHB342Intro
25%
This Act creates a Voluntary Firearms Do-Not-Sell Registry in which an applicant may voluntarily enroll for the purpose of being prohibited from obtaining a firearm. An individual on the Registry may request removal from the Registry no sooner than 3...
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2024-03-12
[Hearing: Apr 24 @ 11:00 am]
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DEHB311Intro
25%
In many states acts of violence have been committed with the use of firearms on college and university campuses that have resulted in both injury and death to students and faculty. This Act adds post-secondary colleges and universities to the Safe Sc...
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2024-02-29
[Hearing: Apr 24 @ 11:00 am]
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DEHB239Intro
25%
This Act exempts a notary public employed by, and working under the direct supervision of, an attorney licensed to practice law in this State from the requirement to keep a journal of all notarial acts performed by the notary public.
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2023-06-16
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DEHB240Intro
25%
This Act requires that parents and other persons under investigation for child abuse and neglect be given written and oral notice of the allegations made against them; the right to consult counsel prior to speaking with a DSCYF investigator; the righ...
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2023-06-16
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DEHB74Intro
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This Act abrogates the privilege between priest and penitent in a sacramental confession relating to child abuse and neglect. It requires priests to report child abuse and neglect or to give or accept evidence in a judicial proceeding relating to chi...
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2023-03-02
To House Judiciary Committee
DEHB70Intro
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This Act eliminates the death penalty in Delaware. As such, the penalty for a person who is convicted of first-degree murder for an offense that was committed after the persons 18th birthday is imprisonment for the remainder of the persons natural li...
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2023-01-25
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