Bills Pending Illinois House Judiciary - Criminal Committee

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ILHB2858IntroCreates the Peace Officer Accountability Act. Provides that before a peace officer is permitted to carry a firearm in the unit of government in which he or she is employed, the peace officer must either: (1) live in the unit of government in which he...
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2018-11-14
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
ILHB0186IntroAmends the Criminal Code of 2012. Makes a technical change in a Section concerning the short title.
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2018-11-13
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
ILHB0264IntroAmends the Unified Code of Corrections. Provides if the defendant has been found guilty by a judge or jury after a trial, the prosecutor shall file with the court at the sentencing hearing a verified written statement signed by the prosecutor setting...
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2018-11-07
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
ILHB0229IntroCreates the Eliminate Racial Profiling Act. Prohibits a State or local law enforcement agent or law enforcement agency from engaging in racial profiling. Allows the State or an individual injured by racial profiling to enforce the racial profiling pr...
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2018-11-07
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
ILSB1993EngrossAmends the Court of Claims Act. Absent an enacted appropriation in any State fiscal year, makes a continuing appropriation to the Court of Claims of all amounts necessary for the purposes of paying claims for time unjustly served in prisons of this S...
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2018-11-07
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
ILHB5894IntroAmends the Criminal Code of 2012 concerning attempt. Adds that the sentence for attempt to commit a Class A misdemeanor is the sentence for a Class B misdemeanor, the sentence for attempt to commit a Class B misdemeanor is the sentence for a Class C ...
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2018-11-07
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
ILHB4362IntroAmends the Code of Civil Procedure. Provides that any person criminally prosecuted and incarcerated for 30 days or longer prior to trial for one or more felonies by the State of Illinois which he or she did not commit may file a petition for a certif...
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2018-11-07
To House Judiciary - Criminal Committee
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